Rebound dating is both exciting and dangerous at the same time.” Now that sounds intense!

The fact is, rebound relationships get bad marks from most single women and men who have tried them.

The reason for this is that you to grieve and heal before truly being emotionally ready for a new person.

While it’s natural to feel vulnerable and needy immediately after a breakup or divorce, fight the temptation to rebound so quickly into a new dating situation. Instead, take this time to evaluate what went wrong in the previous relationship, and think about how you can improve yourself for the next.

But in order to get to the point where you’re truly ready to take this journey, you should ask yourself many questions. As these questions indicate, this journey of self-discovery takes a great deal of introspection.

Elegant Introductions is here to help you on this journey.

Trying to date immediately after a relationship ends is ill-advised.

While it may be what we are instinctively inclined to do, dating before you are emotionally ready is a recipe for disaster. You're likely to feel awkward, unhappy, anxious and numb — and who wants to date that person?

The reason is that instead of being that perfect medicine for mending a broken heart, most rebound relationships fail, and consequently cause more pain for both dating partners.

If you are in a rebound dating relationship now, or just thinking about entering one, consider the following dating advice tips in order to protect yourself: Rebound Relationships Tip 1: Only Fools Rush In Ending one relationship and rebounding immediately into the next one, is not healthy for you, or fair to the other person.

My fixed-smile mask, a smirk really, wasn't a confidence builder either.

I was present in body, of course, but not in spirit.

Once the rebounder in the rebound relationship emotionally heals, they usually end up leaving the other person.