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A rebound is as strong as its saddest member, meaning that a relationship built on a foundation of heartbreak is bound to be fruitful, fulfilling, and depressing.

Obvious question: how do you find someone who's had their heart broken by the "one who got away"?

The key to a relationship -- good or bad -- is planning.

You can be planning a European vacation or a trip to KFC for some lava-hot wings. So, why not apply that aspect to the relationship you're feeling pretty "meh" about?!

Maybe you decide to go the distance with the random girl you've been chatting with on Tinder, maybe it's your old college fling with the lazy eye, maybe it's the WELP you always find in your bed… It's certainly not the most eloquent sentence to say, but sometimes you have to just be like: "I'm lonely and we should bone." Chances are, they'll at least give you pity sex.

And that's about as good as lukewarm pizza: good enough.

It's almost a joke to think about a future in which one of your friends is someone who's recently seen your genitals, but it's possible.

This step best applies to a relationship in which both parties are on the rebound, but try for the end goal of friendship.

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So it pays to be direct with them before things get too serious.

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