This weekend, Jon Gosselin took his new girlfriend , 22-year-old Hailey Glassman, on a romantic trip to Europe. (FYI, Glassman is a different twentysomething woman than the one Gosselin cheated on his wife with.) Given the high-profile nature of Gosselin's marriage, impending divorce, and, um, life, it's hard to understand why anyone would be happy to be this guy's, well, rebound . Is it just sex? Is Glassman hoping to get wined and dined with some of Gosselin's "Jon & Kate Plus 8" dollars? Or, gasp, does she think it could be love?
Why would someone choose to be the rebound? I'm not talking rebound sex-so long as everyone is on the same page, rebound sex is awesome. But what about being a rebound relationship? Oh, sure, a few of these may actually develop into true love, but more often than not, a rebound relationship burns hot and fast; it's exciting because it's fresh and new, but that wears off eventually and what's left? The recently single one has pieces to pick up,Read More »from Why Be A Rebound?