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How often do rebound relationships work out?

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Question - (23 November 2008) 1 Answers - (Newest, 23 November 2008)
A female United States age 41-50, *hristieS writes:

How often do rebound relationships work out? My fiancee left me because he cheated on me and now he spends every free moment with this girl. It's going on five weeks now. He says that she's not his girlfriend but she's just a cool girl to hang out with. We have a 20mth old son. When we lived together, we didn't do anything but since we broke up he's out at the bars getting drunk every weekend. Do you think this fling with the new girl will last or is he using her to fill a void of not having his son and I around?

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A female reader, christieS United States +, writes (23 November 2008):

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We were together three years and four months. When I became pregnant, he was so happy and for the first few months was a wonderful father. Thank you for answering me back. I just can't seem to let go yet. I love him so much and he was my bestfriend. It's hard to get on with everyday life without him around.

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