How could this be possible? Breaking up with someone you love is one of the most painful thing a person can go through Unfortunately for you, that pain has been amplified because you see that your ex started going out with someone else. Is my ex over me? Is there anything I can do to get them back? Many people wonder about rebound relationship psychology because it seems so odd to be able to go from one relationship to another one so quickly. The truth is that there are a lot of things at play here. The point of a rebound relationship is to fill the void that is left after a breakup.
When you first get together with someone, it might feel really great to talk to the person you're dating every day. Swept away by new feelings and newness, you want to stay connected to affirm your feelings for each other. You want to check in with them, tell them what a nice time you had the last time you hung out, and find out how their day went. Over time, though, checking in with your new partner every day can devolve into talking to them constantly, especially over text. Talking to one another constantly isolates you from the outside world. Conversations you might otherwise carry on with friends or even strangers all become channeled to your partner. In a healthy relationship, though, your social relationships don't suffer.
It lasted just shy of three years, but in that span of time, I felt a vast array of powerful feelings I had never felt before. While we were both hopelessly in love with each other, our youth worked to our detriment. Our dynamic was as passionate as it was tumultuous. You need a surplus of other things: a cohesive vision of the future, in-sync timing, heaps of respect, unbreakable trust - all of which we lacked. The breakup was brutal.