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Whether you do the breaking up or get dumped, ending a relationship is difficult. It can bring up many challenging emotions -- feelings you aren't always equipped to handle. There aren't any specific rules to help you recover after a breakup. Rebound sex, or having sex with one or several new partners, is one way some people choose to deal with it.
The excitement of meeting and getting physical with someone new can distract you from feelings of sadness, loss, and rejection. When a relationship ends, you may feel a deep sense of loss. Engaging in rebound sex with a new partner is one way to enjoy physical affection. While rebound sex is a way to ease your pain, revenge sex has a different goal.
One partner may be angry and feel the need to "get back" at a former lover.
This is referred to as revenge sex. A study of undergraduate students revealed that the "dumped" person was more likely to engage in revenge sex to help manage negative feelings like anger and distress.
The act's timing was also a factor: Those who had rebound or revenge sex right away said they felt better, but that relief didn't really help them handle the breakup better over the long term. People choose to have rebound sex for different reasons. Perhaps you need a distraction, and a new partner creates a sense of excitement and makes you feel better. Others report using rebound sex to ease feelings of stress or depression after a breakup.
Rebound sex typically happens after a committed relationship ends. A new partner may be a one-night stand you see only once. This type of rebound sex may be planned or unplanned. Some people find comfort in having casual sex with people they already know. This is often called "friends with benefits. Low self-esteem, depressionand anxietycan increase after a breakup.
Casual sex or one-night stands might make you feel better for a short period of time. But you need to think about how these activities may affect your feelings of self-worth, recovery process, or future committed relationships. There are both emotional and physical aspects of rebound sex. Be sure to tell them if you have several partners. These conversations can prevent hurt feelings on both sides and set expectations for the rebound relationship.
When you meet someone new, you don't always know their sexual history. Taking these steps to help prevent STDs:. Sexual Health Reference. Rebound Sex versus Revenge Sex While rebound sex is a way to ease your pain, revenge sex has a different goal. How Rebound Sex Works in Relationships Rebound sex typically happens after a committed relationship ends.
Practicing Safe Sex When you meet someone new, you don't always know their sexual history. Taking these steps to help prevent STDs: Use a barrier method, like a latex condom. Take a shower before and after sex to get rid of bacteria. Don't share towels or underwear. Get tested Needs a rebound, especially if you have more than one partner.
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