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The rebound relationship for men offers a distraction from their feelings and emotional attachment to their ex-spouse. Women on the other hand want more certain qualities and certainty when it comes to relationships.

For women, when this dyad ends, they still have emotional support from the social support networks they’ve created.

They have other people, such as friends and close family, to help them.

Sugar daddy dating as been around for years, long before the internet or dating sites.

Remember the cliché of the man in the middle of a mid-life crisis – trading the Honda in for a Porsche and the wife for a younger model?

Now, thanks to online dating, so-called ‘mutually beneficial’ relationships have never been easier to come by.

I love the idea of Richard Gere bankrolling my shopping trips to Selfridges every weekend, and I can’t see much wrong with two consenting adults agreeing to a relationship that suits them both.

Part of the reason why men do not have a strong support group is due to gender socialisation, the values and expectations toward the sexes.

Women are taught to be cooperative and understanding as opposed to men, who are taught to be aggressive and to not express vulnerable feelings.

At a young age, men are taught to be more aggressive, powerful, and not show ‘womanly’ feelings.

With that said, men are not taught how to handle the emotions that they have suppressed for years.

If a rebound were to occur, it will happen on average about six weeks after a break up.