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Define rebound.

Answer from our relationship trained AI Couple Coach:

Updated: 

March 10, 2024

Rebounding refers to entering into a new romantic relationship shortly after the end of a previous one. This new relationship often serves as a way to cope with the emotional pain and loneliness of the breakup. However, rebounds typically lack the depth and emotional connection of a healthy, long-term relationship. They can be driven by a desire to fill the void left by the previous partner rather than genuine feelings for the new one. Rebound relationships often lack the necessary emotional stability and self-awareness required for a successful partnership. It's crucial for individuals to take time to heal and process their emotions before jumping into a new relationship to avoid repeating unhealthy patterns.

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