Is there anything harder and more nerve-racking than a rebound relationship?
Well, yes…many things, really. War, famine, economic depressions, the possibility of the inevitable Heat Death of the Universe in billions upon billions of years as physics majors (and Isaac Asimov) will inform you.
Still, while the Heat Death of the Universe might leave us all feeling a little colder incalculable eons from now, it’s hard to match the personal chill which comes from the rejection (or worse) which can preclude a rebound relationship.
After all, being on the rebound means you missed the basket, or at least you feel that way now anyway. You’re hurt, you’re upset, you’re vulnerable, you’re probably questioning yourself—and all of that’s completely normal.
So, before we begin, let’s all take a collective deep breath here, OK?
Take a moment to remind yourself that, relationship or no, you ARE worthwhile, you ARE worth something, and that worth is NOT dependent on whether or not you have a relationship.
Still with us?
Good. Now, with a clear head and the best of luck, let’s take a look at six tips for rebound relationships.