No, not from a relationship.
This kind of rebounding:
I got mine a couple of weeks ago and am really liking it so far. Probably my favorite thing about it is its immediate accessibility. I don't have to sit down to use it (which for some reason feels like a big time commitment to me) - I just step onto it and start bouncing, and even two minutes of bouncing while my tea water boils is beneficial. I was dubious as to whether it would be beneficial (I mean, c'mon - it's just gentle bouncing), but when I'm done I get that nice jellyish feeling in the lower 2/3 of my body, like the muscles have been worked and moved.
It's supposed to be great for fluid retention, too (edema and lymphedema both), so that's a big added plus.
The hard bounce rebounder that I got is rated for up to 600 lbs. I was pretty nervous getting on it the first time, but it is solid
. I feel very comfortable bouncing on it. I was nervous that my it would hurt my crap knees, but it doesn't, not a bit. I guess it's low enough impact, plus I don't do it for long periods, just a few minutes here and there throughout the day.
It's also kind of oddly fun. It's certainly a hell of a lot more enjoyable than my recumbent bike (which this has replaced) or a treadmill. I'm really glad I decided to give it a whirl!