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How does a person act in a rebound relationship?
A rebound relationship is mostly defined as a person who previously experienced a breakup and easily gets into a new relationship just to patch things up or the immediate need to have a companion without truly loving the person (as a sort of distraction). A person who are in a rebound relationship usually acts the following:
- Fear of being alone. This is usually the most notable characteristic of a person who are in a rebound relationship. The person usually allow himself/herself to immediately have a new relationship just to ease the pain from the previous breakup.
- The person is not happy emotionally. The person may appear happy outside but unhappy in the inside because of the emotional pain of the previous breakup and the person usually hides her true emotion by pretending to be happy.
- The person wants to get even on his/her previous partner. The person who recently breaks-up with his/her partner usually gets into a new relationship just to get even on their previous partners.
- The person still love his/her previous partner. A person who is in a rebound relationship often thinks of her previous partner and often expect the same traits to be shown to her by her current partner.
- Often uses other people for self satisfaction. Persons who are in a rebound relationship often uses other people for self satisfaction to get revenge on their previous partners and to reduce the pain of their previous breakups.
Generally, persons who are in a rebound relationship are emotionally unstable and only gets into a new relationship just to fill their emotional emptiness and to make their previous partners jealous.
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