For the Barbarian, is Reckless Attack still active if you retaliate (lv 14 Path of the Berserker) against someone when they hit you? On Reddit, it said for the Fighter's Evasive Footwork that,
"While most people see the game in rounds, that is not how things happen at all. If your character moves even 5ft, you're in movement until your next turn. Everyone's rounds happen at the same time, and just because you didn't use your full 30ft of movement that does not mean you stopped moving, just that you're moving more slowly. All that means just one thing: Evasive Footwork functions like the Shield spell, but without costing any action to cast."
I'm wondering if the same idea is true for Reckless Attack - is it still active until your next turn?
For quick reference, Reckless Attack states: "Doing so gives you advantage on melee weapon attack rolls using Strength during this turn, but attack rolls against you have advantage until your next turn."