Rebound relationship is a common occurrence during a breakup.
My clients usually get terribly anxious when they find out that their exes are dating again or entering a new relationship. The answer is, very likely, no and the fact that they're seeing someone else can actually work in your favor as it serves as a clarity and as such it can even hasten the reconciliation process if you know how to handle yourself.
Pat Benatar had it right when she sang “Love is a Battlefield.” No one likes to see someone that they poured their heart and soul into falling in love with someone else. You may have wanted to be the bigger person and not unfollow your ex everywhere you could, which is great at the time, but when it comes to getting this new information, you may feel the urge to go find out every last detail about their new relationship as soon as possible.
Often you’ll find that the reason it bothers you is because you have taken his actions as some sort of reflection on you and the past you shared together.
Whatever it is that governs their choice, you’re unlikely to know what that is, and you really don’t need to.
You should be focusing on yourself and your own future rather than worrying about his.
They want to know how to stop this or how their exes can do this, what that means, etc. Pull Him Back With The Sheer Power Of Your Feminine Magnetism First of all, if your ex started jumping into a new relationship with someone immediately after the breakup or before they are completely healed, then they're most likely in a rebound relationship. It is a connection to another person that keeps us from having to experience the full extent of the emotional pain of our recent breakup.
It is a misguided attempt to move on with our lives IF we think that it's not just a transitional relationship.