You might be rebounding if: You’re still obsessively checking your ex’s social media, even after some great dates with another person Confession? I realized t I was still in rebound territory one night when I was so distracted scrolling through the Instagram of my ex that I forgot to text (as promised) the new guy that I had arrived safely home after our date.
A date that consisted of an amazing dinner, perfect sunset stroll and surprise bouquet of flowers from an incredibly romantic and sweet guy.
Typically, at the end of a relationship, sex is certainly not the best, so someone can come enthralled when it is re-juvenated in their dating life.rebound c.1300, "to spring, leap," also "return to afflict" (early 15c.), from O. rebondir "leap back, resound," from re- "back" bondir "leap, bound" (see bound (v.)).Sense of "to spring back from force of impact" is recorded from late 14c. That strange, occasionally awkward and sometimes delicate balance after a breakup where we have to stop and ask ourselves, “Am I ready to be dating someone again or is this person part of a phase I’m going through while residual emotions from my last relationship are still being sorted out?” It’s a tricky thing, because there will always be elements of your old relationship stirred up a little by a new one.