you can swoop in to provide your ex an alternate option to being alone.
Because your ex never really had a chance to be alone and go through the post-breakup blues, he or she will have to face the reality of being single and alone once the rebound relationship comes to an end.
Most rebound relationships are over in 3-5 weeks, and your ex's rebound will likely be equally short-lived.
The details are a mess which you probably need professional advice on.Since your ex found this new person in a very short time after you broke up, the chances of long-term compatibility between the two of them are minimal.And as I'll explain below, that's good news for you.If it is the other case he soon will fade down and probably contact you or try something to get your attention.Since you are still concern of what he feel then if it comes out that it was the second case that he was doing all this and approaches you back, do go for a patch up.Conveniently, your 'no contact' phase will likely be ending around the same time, giving you an opportunity to reach out to your ex just as he or she is experiencing the heartache and loneliness that follow a breakup. If you suspect that your ex has found someone to replace you, and that this new person is not just a rebound (unlikely, but still possible), you'll need some expert guidance to win them back.