You can’t believe that they’ve moved on so fast, so you consult your friend, search the Internet and everyone seems to say the same thing. The new guy/girl seems completely opposite of you and yet your ex seems committed to make this relationship work.
You are confused because everyone seems to be telling you it’s a rebound relationship while your instincts tell you that your ex has moved on.
It’s an attempt to feel the same way you were feeling while you were in a relationship with your ex.
She feels a little better when she is with Garry, but she can’t shake the feeling that this relationship is not giving her the peace that she expected.
At this point, most people realize that this new relationship will not bring them the peace and happiness they were hoping it would. She thinks that the new relationship, despite not being what she expected, is still giving her some level of comfort.
But when your mind starts wondering whether or not it’s a rebound, you can drive yourself crazy analyzing their behavior and obsessing over every little detail about their new relationship.
In this article, I’ll lay out some signs that will help you understand the rebound behavior and figure out on your own whether or not they’ve moved on. The longer they’ve been in the new relationship, the less likely it is to be a rebound.
A rebound relationship is simply an attempt to fill a hole in your life that was left by an ex.