Many people argue that pursuing a relationship too quickly after ending a previous one is bad luck. They presume that it is risky because the other party could end up getting hurt in the process, and you aren’t giving yourself time to properly heal. While these statements may have some truth to them, there are also benefits that go along with jumping into a new relationship. The ability to district yourself from your recent heartbreak by dating someone new will help you overcome any current emotions that tie you to your ex. It could also potentially help you avoid letting the right one slip through your fingers.
- Ask yourself if there is a chance of the other party becoming hurt from being your rebound option.
- Rebounding in some ways is beneficial when it comes to keeping your mind occupied with things besides your ex.
- If you wait too long to move on, who’s to say that you won’t let the right one pass you by?
“Conventionally, rebound hookups and relationships are considered “risky business”. We look down on people who jump from relationship to relationship … but is that fair?”