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  • Repression
  • I have no idea what you're talking about, mom.
  • Honey are you sure you're ready to ride your bike again? You took a pretty nasty fall last time...
  • Denial
  • What are you talking about? I feel totally fine!
  • Um, sir, you have five months left to live.
  • Displacement
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  • I'm sorry your dragon boyfriend broke up with you! But why do you have to eat me?!
  • Repression involves pushing thoughts out of conscious awareness. For example, a young girl who denies to have any recollection of falling off her bike and tries to ride again. 
  • Reaction Formation
  • To be honest I'm quite relieved. Plus, being exiled is much better than being beheaded!
  • So you were overthrown by your brother and your kingdom was taken from you... How does that make you feel?
  • Denial is not accepting the ego-threatening truth. For example, a man with a life-threatening illness claiming not to feel its effects.
  • Projection
  • Uh, no.
  • Wanna dance?
  • She's definitely into me.
  • Displacement involves redirecting one's feelings toward another person or object. For example, a three-headed monster taking out her anger stemming from relationship issues on a man by attempting to devour him. 
  • Sublimation
  • Now roll over.
  • Reaction formation is expressing the opposite of how one truly feels. For example, a king claiming to be relieved that he was ousted by his brother and exiled from his kingdom when in fact he must be devastated.
  • Projection is believing that the feelings one has toward someone else are actually held by the other person and directed at oneself. For example, a boy who believes a girl he likes actually likes him when she really doesn't.
  • Sublimation is channeling one's frustration toward a different goal. For example, a boy's parents get a divorce and he copes by putting all his focus in training his dog. 
  • Parents arguing over getting a divorce.
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