The day after can often leave one with that sinking depressing feeling. Everyone has somrhting they do to get over it and get up for next week. Today I went to the Rider store and bought some really nice Rider gear - did the trick. I learned long ago the hangover thing only makes it worse so I don't do that any more. Surely others must have a way to conquer the day after another disappointing loss blues.
Yep, I have a way to get over it...it's called living. I refuse to let sports dictate my moods or outlook. No depression here - particularly since there is another CFL game to look forward to in a few hours.
honestly, the only thing that bugs me is when you go to the pub after and someone who is not a fan of your team is egging you on...they are straight up looking to cause trouble, waithing for you to beak them off so that they can start a fight. Other than that I am fine.
The one that stuck around for a while was GC 2009, but after a bit I said hey...we have a GC win and an appearence in 3 years...that is awesome.
During the regular season I am over it within an hour, even if i am still dissapointed.
I look at it this way....
every loss is another nail in Berry's (and hopefully Taman's) coffin.
I thought the same way during that awful last year with Barrett/Shivers running the show. That team finally lost enough games to get the move made. Maybe this is the same type of situation, where a few losses are actually good in the long term
Just lose Berry and 99% of rider nation will feel better!
The game helped somewhat but Calgary losing would have really done the trick.
Rye and coke, repeat until numb.