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Ready for your beat down this weekend? 😀 You guys should be getting used to them by now. Too bad your kids didn't have any friends that were athletes that could play soccer .... Could really help the team. Have fun .... Uess BB cancels again.
If you think this team is bad take a look at the RL. Now that isn't even soccer. Its horrid. Its an embarrassment.
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If you think this team is bad take a look at the RL. Now that isn't even soccer. Its horrid. Its an embarrassment.
Projection is the process of displacing one’s feelings onto a different person, animal, or object. The term is most commonly used to describe defensive projection—attributing one’s own unacceptable urges to another. For example, if someone continuously bullies and ridicules a peer about his insecurities, the bully might be projecting his own struggle with self-esteem onto the other person.

What Is Projection?
Unconscious discomfort can lead people to attribute unacceptable feelings or impulses to someone else to avoid confronting them. Projection allows the difficult trait to be addressed without the individual fully recognizing it in themselves.

Why do people project?
People tend to project because they have a trait or desire that is too difficult to acknowledge. Rather than confronting it, they cast it away and onto someone else. This functions to preserve their self-esteem, making difficult emotions more tolerable. It’s easier to attack or witness wrongdoing in another person than confront that possibility in one's own behavior. How a person acts toward the target of projection might reflect how they really feel about themselves.
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Projection is the process of displacing one’s feelings onto a different person, animal, or object. The term is most commonly used to describe defensive projection—attributing one’s own unacceptable urges to another. For example, if someone continuously bullies and ridicules a peer about his insecurities, the bully might be projecting his own struggle with self-esteem onto the other person.

What Is Projection?
Unconscious discomfort can lead people to attribute unacceptable feelings or impulses to someone else to avoid confronting them. Projection allows the difficult trait to be addressed without the individual fully recognizing it in themselves.

Why do people project?
People tend to project because they have a trait or desire that is too difficult to acknowledge. Rather than confronting it, they cast it away and onto someone else. This functions to preserve their self-esteem, making difficult emotions more tolerable. It’s easier to attack or witness wrongdoing in another person than confront that possibility in one's own behavior. How a person acts toward the target of projection might reflect how they really feel about themselves.
Agreed. RL needs to STOP projecting on here.
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Projection is the process of displacing one’s feelings onto a different person, animal, or object. The term is most commonly used to describe defensive projection—attributing one’s own unacceptable urges to another. For example, if someone continuously bullies and ridicules a peer about his insecurities, the bully might be projecting his own struggle with self-esteem onto the other person.

What Is Projection?
Unconscious discomfort can lead people to attribute unacceptable feelings or impulses to someone else to avoid confronting them. Projection allows the difficult trait to be addressed without the individual fully recognizing it in themselves.

Why do people project?
People tend to project because they have a trait or desire that is too difficult to acknowledge. Rather than confronting it, they cast it away and onto someone else. This functions to preserve their self-esteem, making difficult emotions more tolerable. It’s easier to attack or witness wrongdoing in another person than confront that possibility in one's own behavior. How a person acts toward the target of projection might reflect how they really feel about themselves.

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Agreed. RL needs to STOP projecting on here.
Wow - you are a real jokester - why would the RL bash themselves - we helped to create this atmosphere in the 2006 age group with BB's help by having the BRD
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This thread continues to eat itself. Bunch of Clowns.
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Projection is the process of displacing one’s feelings onto a different person, animal, or object. The term is most commonly used to describe defensive projection—attributing one’s own unacceptable urges to another. For example, if someone continuously bullies and ridicules a peer about his insecurities, the bully might be projecting his own struggle with self-esteem onto the other person.

What Is Projection?
Unconscious discomfort can lead people to attribute unacceptable feelings or impulses to someone else to avoid confronting them. Projection allows the difficult trait to be addressed without the individual fully recognizing it in themselves.

Why do people project?
People tend to project because they have a trait or desire that is too difficult to acknowledge. Rather than confronting it, they cast it away and onto someone else. This functions to preserve their self-esteem, making difficult emotions more tolerable. It’s easier to attack or witness wrongdoing in another person than confront that possibility in one's own behavior. How a person acts toward the target of projection might reflect how they really feel about themselves.



Wow - you are a real jokester - why would the RL bash themselves - we helped to create this atmosphere in the 2006 age group with BB's help by having the BRD
RL should stop bashing themselves for sympathy on here. ICSL is better than RL. Come join ICSL (a real league).
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This thread continues to eat itself. Bunch of Clowns.
FC Bucks is a full on clown show... bucks social media announcements this week... Chris Fehrle named the new college placement director! Hah he’s been with bucks for years and when McLain came on board he demoted CF.... to youth director because bucks college placements suck! Fast forward to now McClain no longer DOC and Fehrle is back as college placement director. The board at Bucks has no clue what they are doing. It’s actually laughable. A guy like CF who’s been at bucks for years and during this time college placements have been awful and now he’s their college placement director...

Clown show!
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FC Bucks is a full on clown show... bucks social media announcements this week... Chris Fehrle named the new college placement director! Hah he’s been with bucks for years and when McLain came on board he demoted CF.... to youth director because bucks college placements suck! Fast forward to now McClain no longer DOC and Fehrle is back as college placement director. The board at Bucks has no clue what they are doing. It’s actually laughable. A guy like CF who’s been at bucks for years and during this time college placements have been awful and now he’s their college placement director...

Clown show!
I thought he was dead ... https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=L-nOY_d-vJU
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BIG Game tomorrow v Penn Fusion!

#LetsGoBucks
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BIG Game tomorrow v Penn Fusion!

#LetsGoBucks
Eat the whooop-@$$ begin! Should PF bring brooms?
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