How many rebound relationships does a recently divorcee have?

I keep hearing that a person that get divorced will at some point have a rebound relationship. How long does a rebound relationship have to last for it to count as a rebound would you say? How many rebound relationships does a recently divorcee have- can they have more than one?

Best Answer: There is no real answer because a person can have rebound relationships the rest of their lives, or they can figure out what went wrong in a relationship - whether it was their fault or their partners that ended the relationship - and do things to change those things. A person might get into a relationship that lasts for years but if there is still a ghost from the prior relationship, the present one will either not work or will be painful for one or both. A recent divorcee needs to ask questions of themselves and find the answers, and depending upon the answers, may well never have a rebound relationship but rather one that works.

6 Comments on "How many rebound relationships does a recently divorcee have?"

  1. throughthebackyards | October 7, 2008 at 2:23 pm |

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    i think the rebound junk is a bunch of BS. ppl get too caught up in junk like that instead of experiencing life for what it is.

  2. Everyone is different. Just like when you were dating and the guy (or girl) you really liked broke up with you. Some go off the edge with it, some look for the next great thing

  3. Georgio Golgani | October 7, 2008 at 2:24 pm |

    as many as she wants….cuz shes horny.

  4. justakiss62 | October 7, 2008 at 2:33 pm |

    I think that talk is all bs…….you will know when it is time to date or get into a serious relationship again. My suggestion would be to have some fun and learn to be single again….if it turns serious then you are the lucky one.

  5. inoffensive nickname | October 7, 2008 at 2:35 pm |

    She will keep having rebound relationships until she stops mourning the loss of her previous relationship and comparing all new dating partners to her ex. Good luck.

  6. There is no real answer because a person can have rebound relationships the rest of their lives, or they can figure out what went wrong in a relationship – whether it was their fault or their partners that ended the relationship – and do things to change those things. A person might get into a relationship that lasts for years but if there is still a ghost from the prior relationship, the present one will either not work or will be painful for one or both.
    A recent divorcee needs to ask questions of themselves and find the answers, and depending upon the answers, may well never have a rebound relationship but rather one that works.

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