What's the general recommendation on rebasing after creating a merge
commit on my branch? I realize rebase has the -p option but it seems
like it does a lot of complicated stuff, and it discourages
interactive rebase with the option.

My situation is simple: I have a topic1 branch that has a few commits
on it. During my work, I notice someone else implements a small bug
fix that I need. I do a `git merge --no-ff` to force that into my
branch as a separate merge commit. After that, I continue my work on
my local topic1 branch as usual. When I want latest from master, I do
`git rebase master`. However now that I have a merge commit on my
branch, things get complicated.

What's a good workflow for this, since it seems pretty common?
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