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    Default How To Get Any Steeler Loss Out Of Your System



    If relief isn't acheived, follow exercise two.



    Works pretty well for me.
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    Default Re: How To Get Any Steeler Loss Out Of Your System

    or the old-fashioned way I like to use:


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    or the old-fashioned way I like to use:



    Agreed.I like to drink to the point that I don't even know they played!

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    Default Re: How To Get Any Steeler Loss Out Of Your System

    I have those little foam footballs that you throw at the TV. Sometimes I get a little too wild with them and break a lamp, but it still helps!

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    Ha!.... Love it!............
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    Default Re: How To Get Any Steeler Loss Out Of Your System

    it's not easy trying to get a Steelers loss out of your system, but I'm trying my hardest....

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    Default Re: How To Get Any Steeler Loss Out Of Your System

    I just don't let it bother me. I used to get mad for hours or days, but one day I watched a killer loss to the Bengals (2003?) and after the game there was Joey Porter and Hines Ward, yucking it up with the Bengals and I thought, "Why am I mad and they are not? AND THEY ARE GETTING PAID!"

    I do understand why fan's are so emotionally invested in the game, I was once that same way.

    As the pass attempt fell incomplete, I said, "S**T" and put my jacket on to leave the house, as we were going to a family member's for a late dinner. In no way was a loss to the Jets going to dampen the holiday season with loved ones.

    For fan's who get mad for days at a time, I recommend reading former NFL LB Tim Greene's book:
    The Dark Side of the Game. And see exactly how NFL players feel after a loss, or the end of a season. It might change how much you choose to emotionally invest in a game as a fan.

    http://www.amazon.com/Dark-Side-Game.../dp/0446605204

    But everyone is different and how we handle stress/losses is different, and my way is not better or worse, it just works for me.
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    If relief isn't acheived, follow exercise two.



    Works pretty well for me.
    I can't dress that gay! I'd prefer the drinking method

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    I just don't let it bother me. I used to get mad for hours or days, but one day I watched a killer loss to the Bengals (2003?) and after the game there was Joey Porter and Hines Ward, yucking it up with the Bengals and I thought, "Why am I mad and they are not? AND THEY ARE GETTING PAID!"

    I do understand why fan's are so emotionally invested in the game, I was once that same way.

    As the pass attempt fell incomplete, I said, "S**T" and put my jacket on to leave the house, as we were going to a family member's for a late dinner. In no way was a loss to the Jets going to dampen the holiday season with loved ones.

    For fan's who get mad for days at a time, I recommend reading former NFL LB Tim Greene's book:
    The Dark Side of the Game. And see exactly how NFL players feel after a loss, or the end of a season. It might change how much you choose to emotionally invest in a game as a fan.

    http://www.amazon.com/Dark-Side-Game.../dp/0446605204

    But everyone is different and how we handle stress/losses is different, and my way is not better or worse, it just works for me.


    I'm with ya Bdeff. I've become more disappointed with loses than angry or ****ed off. Disappointment becomes anger when we aren't making the playoffs or we lose in the playoffs etc... For the latter, there's some "sad" thrown in there but yeah, it doesn't stick with me (loses) as long as they used to. Maybe it's a conscience thing. I've got a little girl running around and I know that I purposely don't want to be that dickbag ****** like so many that throw temprer tantrums during games and become a dick after games. It's why I like GDT's. They allow me to get off my chest what I could normally be yelling, therefor I come off as not being a dickbag at home
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    I just don't let it bother me. I used to get mad for hours or days, but one day I watched a killer loss to the Bengals (2003?) and after the game there was Joey Porter and Hines Ward, yucking it up with the Bengals and I thought, "Why am I mad and they are not? AND THEY ARE GETTING PAID!"

    I do understand why fan's are so emotionally invested in the game, I was once that same way.

    As the pass attempt fell incomplete, I said, "S**T" and put my jacket on to leave the house, as we were going to a family member's for a late dinner. In no way was a loss to the Jets going to dampen the holiday season with loved ones.

    For fan's who get mad for days at a time, I recommend reading former NFL LB Tim Greene's book:
    The Dark Side of the Game. And see exactly how NFL players feel after a loss, or the end of a season. It might change how much you choose to emotionally invest in a game as a fan.

    http://www.amazon.com/Dark-Side-Game.../dp/0446605204

    But everyone is different and how we handle stress/losses is different, and my way is not better or worse, it just works for me.
    100%,when I was younger,I would let a loss ruin my whole week.no more. Steeler football brings me great pleasure,win or lose,and the season goes by all too quickly. Only three days till we get to do it again.
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    I just don't let it bother me. I used to get mad for hours or days, but one day I watched a killer loss to the Bengals (2003?) and after the game there was Joey Porter and Hines Ward, yucking it up with the Bengals and I thought, "Why am I mad and they are not? AND THEY ARE GETTING PAID!"
    I do understand why fan's are so emotionally invested in the game, I was once that same way.

    As the pass attempt fell incomplete, I said, "S**T" and put my jacket on to leave the house, as we were going to a family member's for a late dinner. In no way was a loss to the Jets going to dampen the holiday season with loved ones.

    For fan's who get mad for days at a time, I recommend reading former NFL LB Tim Greene's book:
    The Dark Side of the Game. And see exactly how NFL players feel after a loss, or the end of a season. It might change how much you choose to emotionally invest in a game as a fan.

    http://www.amazon.com/Dark-Side-Game.../dp/0446605204

    But everyone is different and how we handle stress/losses is different, and my way is not better or worse, it just works for me.
    Perfect, I am the same way. Whenever you see your team lose watch the greeting in the middle of the field. It's like no big deal to the players that they lost so why should I care. I want to see the Steelers succeed but if they don't it doesn't ruin my life.

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    Yes, drinking works.

    As does hitting on hot chicks relentlessly so you can instead feel depressed about being turned down relentlessly.

    But tonight, IŽll take refuge in watching the Pens kick some Coyote ***.

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    Perfect, I am the same way. Whenever you see your team lose watch the greeting in the middle of the field. It's like no big deal to the players that they lost so why should I care. I want to see the Steelers succeed but if they don't it doesn't ruin my life.

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    I'm in the parking lot of my favorite Steeler Bar looking for a parking spot. The Giants have just blown a huge one and some Giant fan is out in the parking lot just screaming at the top of his lungs, kicking peoples tires, pounding on the signs. Just loosing it. I was thinking of him and how ridiculous he looked when our game was over. Definitely helped me keep calm.

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    I'm in the parking lot of my favorite Steeler Bar looking for a parking spot. The Giants have just blown a huge one and some Giant fan is out in the parking lot just screaming at the top of his lungs, kicking peoples tires, pounding on the signs. Just loosing it. I was thinking of him and how ridiculous he looked when our game was over. Definitely helped me keep calm.
    I don't know if the majority of them are like that or not,but I was at the game in 08 when the Giants came to town. Of all the games I've attended,the Giants fans,were far and away the most overbearing and arrogent that I.ve encountered.
    Are these morons getting dumber or just louder-Mayor Quimby

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