Grandpa, stop overreacting, everyone dies at some point. It's natural.
My wife this is so sad. I can't believe she is gone.
You're a Ho, but you're my wife so its okay.
I hope he isn't still mad from the fight last night.
Redirecting one's feelings towards another person or object. This exemplifies displacement because the blonde is placing her hate for carnival rides on to her friend.
I can't believe I'm back at eating this junk again.
Undertaking an academic, unemotional study of topic. The grandson doesn't take into account his emotions and chooses to think logically; therefore, he is not emotionally impacted by his otherwise sad loss.
Mom, is dad going to be home soon?
James, how many times do I have to tell you this? You're father is dead.
Channeling one's frustration towards a different goal. this is viewed as a particularly healthy defense mechanism. Ken Jung is using his professional career as a comedian to pubicaly make fun of his wife's last name as a result from their fight last night.
Even if it's the hundredth time.
Of course, it's fine that you're a little late.
Oh, I'm so sorry I'm late. Please forgive me?
Returning to an earlier, comforting form of behavior. The girl is reverting back to her old eating habits for comfort.
Not accepting an ego threatening truth. Even though the father has passed away years ago the child still can't accept it.
Expressing the opposite of how one truly feels. Even though she is angry with her date, she puts on a happy face.