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But "if you re-experience the same disappointment and hurt, it's a sign this person is not an ideal partner."Although Gabrielle's boomerang relationship had its downsides, she doesn't regret it, because "it made me realize that I didn't want the in-between relationship anymore," she says.
D., now an assistant professor of human development and family studies at the University of Wisconsin at Madison.
So when you find a real bond with someone, it's hard as hell to let go.
Halpern-Meekin confirms that many couples who reunited were more likely to feel they'd "revealed their deepest self" to each other.
A strong connection with a romantic partner can be hard to shake because, to a certain extent, it's rooted in our brain chemistry. D., a professor of psychology at Concordia University in Canada, mated female rats with male rats he'd dabbed with a special scent.
Later, when he mixed the lady rats with both the familiar-scented males they'd already made sweet rodent love with and new unscented rats, 80 to 100 percent (in different trials) chose their familiar partners over the new dudes.