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Rebound Relationship: The Clear Signs | Reader’s Digest

“When you’re hurting from a past relationship and want to avoid feeling the pain, you jump into another one right away—that’s a classic rebound relationship,” says relationship expert Audrey Hope. Rebound relationships are defined by more than just speed, however. A person who is rebounding may be trying to avoid feeling their feelings about the breakup they just went through. Fixating on someone new is a great way to do that. “In a rebound relationship, there is no space and time to process the truth of the past love. The rebounder uses the technique of denial, plus moving on quickly, to stop their feelings. They might be moving so fast, they never stop to learn, or grow, from what was left behind,” Hope explains. Here are 10 silent signs you have intimacy issues.

https://www.rd.com/advice/relationships/rebound-relationship-signs/

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