It is normal for people to need time to heal before their can embark on a new relationship.
In short, we understand it to mean that the newly brokenhearted person is filling their emptiness and smoothing over the pain of a breakup by immersing themselves in the romance of a new and exciting relationship.
While this may be the case at times, to simply judge a situation as categorically "rebound" because it follows a certain timeline can lead someone down a path that may not be the most loving choice.
This means that if you find yourself in a loving, healthy relationship just weeks after a breakup, you could be experiencing real love.
A breakup needs to be grieved and processed, and if you've found yourself in a new romance shortly after your last one ended, you'll need to bring this grief into the container of the new relationship.
This is why if you see the warning signs it means that it’s time to put an end to it.