They might be dating on rebound but if they are still in touch with you, it could mean that they do not want to remove themselves from your life.You can give him/her benefit of doubt In the above scenario you can give your ex a chance; if that's what you want.And not long after, he told me that he was still in love with me.Bottom line is, don't hold your breath that they will live happily ever after.That's why such relationships break down most of the time. He couldn't stand her and told me she wasn't a person he liked very much and even slipped out the word "toxic."Whether or not she was -I really have no way to tell-, the point is he wasn't looking for a relationship, or at least unconsciously he wasn't.Before long, your ex will be looking for a way to get out of their rebound - and, if you play your cards right, make their way back into arms! My husband quickly found a "replacement" as soon as he thought he wanted a divorce. He was a train-wreck emotionally, there was no chance in the world he could start with someone new while not being over me and our marriage -even though he wanted to believe and told everyone he was.
Think objectively The fact that you broke up and your ex has moved on and is dating someone else should tell you about your ex's feelings for you.This is why most rebound relationships abruptly end as people are not yet emotionally ready for a new commitment.Q: My ex is dating someone else and I heard that they're serious. A: People who just broke up usually speed up things a bit in an effort to bring their current relationship into the same footing as their old one.You know them well; slowly you can start renewing contact with your ex and see how it works. Leave your ex for some time Being with other person will give your ex a new experience and may be it will help him sort out his/her feelings. You need to protect yourself and stay away, this way your ex may realize that they have lost you..
If it works out fine; if not at least you tried and now you know that you can move on. Look at things in perspective You have to consider the fact that your ex may be using you, maybe he is still friends with you with the hope that if things do not work out in the new relationship, they can always come back to you.
Simply put, they are trying to maintain the same relationship but with the a different partner. Q: Even if my ex is dating someone else, can I still get us back together?