The series debuted on November 15, 2011 and features various pop culture entertainers, top comics, athletes, and specialized experts who tell the story of the special code of conduct that exists between men.in July 2012, right before the series' second season began.Someone “on the rebound” is often incapable of making a genuine emotional connection with the new partner because of emotional baggage from the break-up – lingering feelings for an ex or unresolved problems from the previous relationship.This ultimately causes the new relationship to struggle and eventually end.2) The desire to continue distracting oneself from the pain of a break up.4) Is the “new” man or woman someone your ex has been interested in/casually seeing for months or someone who seemed to have just appeared from nowhere? 6) Is your ex spending more time and effort staying in contact with you than nurturing the new relationship? If it is indeed a rebound relationship, consider it buying you time to improve on yourself and be better positioned to offer your ex a different and improved relationship.At the end of the day, it’s not the end of a rebound relationship that’ll make an ex who still has feelings for you come back to you.And if two people have a genuinely good connection and are open and honest about their baggage from a just-ended-relationship, these new relationships can and do last.
And sometimes it is about sex – just to satisfy the physical desires and nothing more. How long a rebound relationship lasts depends on:1) The emotional stability and availability of the person who just left a relationship.A spinoff series, Girl Code, debuted on MTV on April 23, 2013.