The research on on-again/off-again couples—those that break up and get back together multiple times—indicates that some of the most common reasons for getting back together with an ex include things like improved communication (e.g., getting along better, working through issues together), or improvements with the self or partner (e.g., being more understanding or supportive, working on flaws that bothered the partner).
And if the rebound relationship is with a rewarding, high-quality partner, then that partner can gradually replace the ex in their lives.
If, however, the new relationship is not particularly rewarding, then the rebound relationship can backfire.
New rewarding dating experiences can help to lower attachment to an ex-partner, making it less likely that the person will want to get back with their ex.
On the other hand, bad dates can indeed motivate people to go back to their exes.
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