Can a rebound do more harm than good, even when the two people involved know fully well what they have between them is not love?

22 replies
June 7, 2017


  1. Relationships should be forged based on its own merit and not on the demerits of another one. Impulsive action doesn’t hold good in any relationship. A rebound is a classic example of an act of impulse. A relationship on the rebound is not based on mutual attraction or respect but of a desire to spite your ex and obliterate the remnants of that broken relationship. Such relationships rarely last and what’s worse, you’ll find it difficult to get back to the mental space of a stable, healthy relationship.