It was really scary." The good news for menopausal women is that such changes in memory tend to be temporary and are unlikely to be an early sign of cognitive decline.Recent research in the field of brain science has overturned the notion that the male and female brain is a machine hard-wired early in life and destined to wear out with age.I’ve been back in the dating scene for about a year now (after waiting 8 months after my divorce), and in that time I’ve learned quite a bit. I didn’t recognize the signs and didn’t know the right questions to ask. The second time I dated a rebounder, I knew he had just been dumped, but I thought he was a nice guy, so I gave him a chance. ” Depending on his or her response, proceed with caution. The rebounder might also be trying to claim you as exclusive property by making sure everyone sees you are “with” him or her. I confess I don’t have any personal experience as a rebounder, so the following list comes from what I’ve learned by dating them or talking to friends about their rebound relationships.But the biggest lesson of all has been how to recognize when I’m dating a rebounder. You should also consider how serious the previous relationship was. If you’ve recently gotten back into the dating scene after a breakup, here are 5 signs you are rebounding:1.• Cure for memory loss could be on the horizon "The brain can be retrained," says Robert Rowland Smith, author of a recent report called The Second Bounce commissioned by Goodyear Tyres."Unlike, say, a lawnmower that gradually deteriorates over time, the brain is a living thing that flexes, changes and sponges things up.Such negative emotions regarding a previous partner do maintain a tie to them.Anger toward an ex-partner or a wish to get back at them is not the opposite of love and attachment: The opposite would be neutrality or indifference or relief.
"I remember driving on a number of occasions and having no idea where I was. They probably need at least a year to get their head on straight (speaking from personal experience). My first rebounder nearly smothered me when we started dating. In reality, he didn’t make any effort to learn what makes me tick. He couldn’t appreciate who I was because all he could see is who I was not—his ex.5. Or, conversely, they move at the speed of molasses. Like I said, rebounder #1 seemed totally into me at first, but I soon realized that he rarely asked questions about my life, my likes or dislikes, my hopes and dreams. I finally realized he wasn’t over his ex fiancée and that he was directly comparing me to her.Certainly there are cases where a fear of being without a partner, rather than genuine attraction and emotional connection, motivates someone to immediately enter into a new relationship.Those on the rebound may experience shame and consequently express anger and resentment toward their previous partner.