Rebound Relationship Hack

Recent breakup with your ex for the umpteenth time... this post is for YOU!

Looking for the “Good Good”?!? ☕️ Well… you came to the right place. You and your partner have broken up for the umpteeth time. Only fair to “go on the prowl”, right? Cash in that “free hall pass”- no doubt about it… Slow your roll grasshopper- not so fast. I’ve got a better plan for you… I’ll try to make this short and sweet so you can get back to what you were doing. I’m super considerate when I want to be (side eye). 


Here we go:


  1. Accept that you two are not on the same page. Regardless of how many times you state your claim (vice versa).

  2. Be Gentle- 8 times out of 10… it’s not all your fault- or theirs. List it all if you’d like.

  3. Identify where you sold yourself short. This can range from unrealistic expectations, trauma responses, and much more.

  4. Identify where you sold your partner short. This can range from actions being inconsistent with words, disloyalty, and much more.

  5. Evaluate the good aspects of the relationship. For example, how did it help you to grow and become a better person?

  6. Evaluate the bad aspects of the relationship. For example, what good things did you stop doing since you got into the relationship?

  7. Does the good outweigh the bad? Or the other way around?

  8. THIS ONE IS MAJOR!!! How did you lose yourself in the relationship? Did you stop being your “bubbly” self to “appease” your partner? Or maybe you sacrificed your alone/hobby time to cater to your partner’s “love language” (I.e. quality time)

  9. THIS ONE IS MAJOR TOO! Find yourself! But a new & improved version of yourself. For example, what do you love to do? Do more of it! Review your responses from point #2, #3, and #4. Again- work towards being a better version of yourself.

  10. Identify and study your love and apology language ( Google it if you don’t already know it).

  11. Identify and study the other love and apology languages.

  12. Do the work and allow love to find you when you’re truly ready.


I know this was a bit long. However, it’s better than epeating the same cycle because you refuse to do the work and/or learn the lessons. Now get back to your regularly scheduled program 😉


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