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Arliss Beach has been chased by some of the best college football players in the nation and even some linebackers in the National Football League.

But speaking at the annual Boy Scouts Leadership fundraising luncheon on Thursday was more of a nerve wrecking experience for him.

you hear my heart pounding? he asked across a table before going up to speak at the ACTC Roberts Drive campus. is my first speech. I nervous. He spoke to a crowded room about the importance of being a role model in the community.

As one of Ashland all time football greats, Beach is already that in northeastern Kentucky. His status grew when he finished a four year career at the University of Kentucky and then it reached even greater heights when he made the Green Bay Packers roster last summer.

Beach didn get to play in the NFL last year because of a high ankle sprain suffered in the Packers last preseason game.

Instead of cutting Beach, which happens to many rookies who are injured, the Packers protected him by placing him on injured reserve. While the move to the IR effectively ended his first pro season, it kept him as property of the Packers, who hope the confidence they showed in him last year pays off this season.

Beach is already a role model in the Tri state community, said Phil Eason, the Ashland schools superintendent and chairman of the Tri State Boy Scouts Council.

is truly an outstanding person, Eason said. never heard anyone have anything of a negative nature to say about Arliss Beach. One of my hopes is when his playing days are over, that he be back in this area not as superintendent, but anything else.

take pride in being a good role model, he said. like giving back to the community. We are the groundwork of the children today. With all the drugs and alcohol and other things happening around us today, it important for them to have good role models.

need to set our children straight and those activities help us do that, he said. sports kept me out of trouble and kept my head straight. I had a lot of support from people, including a lot of you in this room. He said besides a supportive community, his role models were his parents, Andre and Kerri Beach.

have an older sister and a younger brother, so I the middle child, he said.

A turf toe injury has sidelined him for now. He went to Green Bay weekend mini camp recently and will return for another Packer camp on Monday. However, the turf toe will probably limit his repetitions in practice.

so frustrating, he said. feels fine but it an injury you can rush back from. It may be another two or three weeks before he can practice.

The Packers begin their fall camp on July 26 and Beach hopes to be there fighting for a roster spot. know how it is, there are no guarantees, he said.

However, Beach extensive knowledge of the playbook is definitely a plus. helps a lot, he said. coaches had me showing some of the younger guys how to do things at the mini camp.

Beach said being around players such as quarterback Brett Favre has been an amazing experience.

Bay is a great organization, he said. couldn ask for anything better. To be on the same practice field with Brett Favre, somebody I watched growing up, is a dream come true. He like a big kid. One of my coaches, Edgar Bennett who was on their Super Bowl teams, is somebody else I learned a lot from.

The Boy Scout fundraising goal was $50,000, Eason said.

Two Beach autographed jerseys one from Ashland and one from Green Bay were auctioned and brought in $1,000 to the Boy Scouts, Eason said.

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Do you discuss problems in your relationship with friends or family instead of with your partner?

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Do you allow negative feelings about your partner or relationship to fester, and discover that they are ignited or further fueled by conversations with friends and family?


Perhaps one of the most classic stories about secrecy and jealousy is that once penned by Shakespeare the tragic tale of Othello. The play delves into the consequences of a closed communication within a relationship: hiding true feelings from one’s partner and instead discussing problems, concerns, and suspicions with other people who may not have your best interests or your relationship’s best interests at heart. Shakespeare’s play, as timeless today as it was when it was written in the early 1600 reveals a frightening scenario of what can ensue from marinating negative emotions something that’s sadly all too common in our culture.

Othello, the protagonist of the play, is a black Moor and a General in the Venetian army who falls in love with the beautiful Caucasian Desdemona, an esteemed Senator’s daughter. Though they marry for love and are both genuinely in love with one another Othello can’t bring himself to truly believe in his good fortune. It seems he can’t believe and thus trust that Desdemona unconditionally loves him despite their cultural and social differences. Instead of sharing these emotions and thoughts with her, he instead marinates in his own insecurities. Worse, he confides in Iago a man whom Othello considers a trustworthy friend, but who in fact has his own evil agenda to undermine the marriage due to his own jealousy at Othello’s success and the couple’s apparent happiness.

Iago proves to be greatly manipulative; as Othello opens up to him and shares his private insecurities, Iago fuels these insecurities and fears, ultimately convincing Othello that the lovely Desdemona has been an unfaithful wife. Othello, plagued by his fears, succumbs to jealousy; this jealousy, in turn, ignites such a rage in him that he actually murders his wife. Upon realizing too late Iago’s manipulative nature and lies, Othello then commits suicide.

While this may seem like an extreme example of how insecurity, jealousy, and clinging to grievances all fuel resentment in the most lethal way, it is an apt representation of how marinating in negative emotions leads only to a darker perception of and reaction to reality. Life is, after all, 5% what happens to us and 95% how we react to it. Othello’s tragedy exemplifies the importance of examining personal insecurities, fears, and projections, and trying first to resolve them within a relationship before turning to those who feed off of and contribute to the negativity.

“O! beware, my lord, of jealousy; It is the green eyed monster which doth mock, the meat it feeds on.” William Shakespeare, OthelloWe are all human; we are each a living embodiment of light and shadow, of yin and yang. By looking objectively at ourselves and opening up to our partner about our journey, we move towards better and away from bitter. The NOW strategy reveals how Othello trapped himself in a downward spiral of toxic thoughts and feelings, allowing the negative influence of others to further chain him down

Notice that Othello never asked the questions that he needed to directly ask his wife. He had nothing to lose and everything to gain if he’d approached Desdemona to talk to her about his fears and concerns from the very beginning. With open communication and mutual trust, they could have worked to forge an unbreakable bond that would ensure their lifelong commitment, love, and joy together. Even if (despite being driven by his doubts, fueled by Iago), Othello had thought to confront his wife at the last moment in a calm and reasonable manner, he would have given her a chance to open his eyes to the truth.

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Within The biggest journey and battle Othello would have ever taken in his life a famed Venetian General (and actually one of the first black heroes in English literature) would be the journey of self discovery. Such an exploration always begins within oneself. He could have discovered and deciphered the venomous stories he told himself and would then be able to choose to be better instead of bitter.

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Relationships can truly make or break us but their power to influence us is at whatever degree we give them; it depends on us. Through relationships, we have the power to grow and improve alongside our partner. The best relationships, indeed, are those that make you say “he/she makes me want to be a better person” and ideally the feeling is mutual. It’s a journey you embark on together. It’s something you must work on daily, providing compassion for both yourself and your partner, exposing yourself and becoming vulnerable to true intimacy. It’s the only way to fully live.

Unlike Othello, it is best if you realize it sooner rather than later.

In my years as a psychotherapist, I’ve seen countless people turn away from their partner and seek, instead, the solace of friends and family, when their first choice should have been their partner. Too often, the problem escalates just because well meaning people fuel the flames of fears and insecurities; these friends or family members may even have the best intentions, but they give bad advice just because they can’t imagine that that their loved one might be telling them only half of the story: their perception of the story, biased by grudges or insecurities.

I remember one couple that was undergoing therapy to overcome their toxic feelings towards each other, and I called out the husband because he clearly believed that he played no part in their destructive dance. My approach was to use humor to soften the blow; I turned and asked him: “You think you’re a cupcake, don’t you?” He laughed at the metaphor but I noted that it did hit home; from that day, he began tackling the very difficult task of examining the part that he played in their mutual grudge story, and then at last accepting accountability for his own actions. Years later after the therapy’s successful completion, I happened to run into him again; he told me that when his female neighbor had once visited and tried to complain about all her husband’s shortcomings, my former client told her to come back when she knew she was not a cupcake.

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This relatively new phenomenon is the equivalent of those “wine of the month” deals where you make a reasonable expectation that another human, somewhere else in the world, understands the nuances and interests of your discerning palate. These, and there are a few, come in different sizes and economic restrictions, but they all proclaim keeping you in the loop of awesomeness as your collection slowly swells over a 12 month period.

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“They’ve never told me that before,” Rerig says of Cal Am’s explanation.

The meter drama nearly overshadowed a decision City Council made at the meeting, voting 4 1 to allocate an additional 0.033 acre feet annually (AFA) to Anthony Davi Sr.’s development at 449 Calle Principal, which had already been promised 1.15 AFA.

That approval spelled doom for a mixed use development proposed by Nelson Vega at 2201 N. Fremont St. Vega’s proposal required every bit of the city’s remaining water, including the extra 0.033 AFA granted to Davi, to move forward.

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So on a Saturday night in late August, a week before the season opener, the Cavaliers gathered in their locker room and held a draft to select their numbers, the order determined by players’ work ethic and performance in the off season.

Jordan Ellis, a sophomore running back, received the first pick. He wanted to choose No. 1 but instead stuck with 10, the number he wore last year. Ellis said he thought the senior defensive tackle Donte Wilkins, who had the second pick and desperately wanted No. 1, deserved it more.

“It’s like a big boy’s dream to get to wear the small number,” said Wilkins, who had worn 93 for the previous three seasons.

Some top high school players have even made the numbers a condition of the recruiting process.

“I’ve noticed over the years if it’s a great player, a college coach will go out of his way to get that number for the kid so they can land the kid,” said Tom Lemming, who has been covering college football recruiting since the 1970s.

Lemming added: “They’ll tell him, ‘I might come if I can get the No. 9.’ And then the coach will take that No. 9 away no matter who’s got it. They’ll work something out so they can get the player.”

Most college teams have more than 99 players on their rosters, so they often have offensive and defensive players with the same number since players with the same number cannot be on the field at the same time. At Alabama last season, that meant duplicates for Nos. 2, 3, 4, 5, 6 and 9. But at places as varied as Michigan, Notre Dame and Temple, the demand for low numbers has grown so much that some coaches have devised reward systems to determine who gets them.

“If you have a single digit number,” Notre Dame wide receiver C. J. Sanders said, “it’s kind of a big deal.”

The new interest from defensive players aside, quarterbacks, running backs and wide receivers remain the biggest single digit enthusiasts. The last four Heisman Trophy winners have worn single digit uniform numbers, and the trend is expected to continue this year, as most of the leading contenders Louisville quarterback Lamar Jackson (No. 8), Clemson quarterback Deshaun Watson (No. 4, which was unretired specifically for him), Washington quarterback Jake Browning (No. 3), Florida State running back Dalvin Cook (No. 4) and Peppers (No. 5) fit the mold.

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Sanders, a Notre Dame sophomore, wore No. 9 last season, but there was no guarantee that he would keep it. For the first time in his seven years in South Bend, Kelly did not announce the single digit roster numbers until this summer. He told a radio station that high school recruits had been pressing him about wearing single digits, so instead of promising them to anyone, he and his staff created a point system to track players on and off the field. Players who had the most points would be rewarded with single digit jerseys. Sanders was one of the top performers, and he traded his No. 9 for No. 3, which he had worn in high school.

Kelly had an entirely different plan for the biggest prize, No. 1. He told his players that he would alternate it each week, giving it to the player who most deserved it. But the plan did not work out as he had hoped; after the Fighting Irish started the season 1 3, Kelly discontinued the practice. No Notre Dame player has worn the number in the team’s last three games.

The competition for uniform numbers has panned out much better at Michigan, which is 7 0 and ranked fourth in the Associated Press poll. During preseason workouts, Coach Jim Harbaugh allowed several Michigan players to wear the same single and double digit jerseys. Before the season, he decided which players could keep their preferred numbers.

“Guys wanted to play their best every day in practice,” Michigan offensive lineman Erik Magnuson said. “Skill guys love the one digit numbers. It motivated them to work hard and be the best at their position.”

Temple, under the former coach Al Golden, was one of the first programs to have players compete for single digits. The Owls’ current coach, Matt Rhule, who was an assistant under Golden, reinstated the tradition when Temple hired him in December 2012. Players who wear Nos. 1 through 9 at Temple are considered by their coaches and teammates to be the toughest and hardest workers on the team.

Rhule and his staff chose the players the first three years, but this year they had the players vote.

“I didn’t just want to reward people because of what they did in high school,” Rhule said. “I didn’t want to give them a number just to try to get them to come here. I want everything to be earned.”

Star players are not the only ones with low numbers at Temple. Last season, the walk on fullback and linebacker Nick Sharga earned No. 4 even though as a transfer from Division II he had been ineligible to play in games the previous year.

“I thought it was really cool, something I really strived for that season,” said Sharga, who earned a scholarship this year. “I couldn’t play, so I just figured I’d go on scout team and just hustle and do my best.”

“I just fell in love with it as a kid,” Ellis said of No. 1, which he wore in high school. “I just like everything about it, just the way it looks on me.”
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There is also said to be interest from Tottenham, Juventus, Inter Milan, Sampdoria, Werder Bremen, Wolfsburg and Crystal Palace, and there are even suggestions he could be used as a makeweight in Liverpool’s pursuit of Monaco’s Thomas Lemar.

If Newcastle are to land him, they will have to beat off a LOT of competition.

Kenedy It has been a slow burner, but the Magpies are confident of securing the Brazilian on a loan deal before Thursday’s deadline.

Should Chelsea complete the signing of Arsenal star Alex Oxlade Chamberlain which is looking increasingly likely Newcastle are hopeful Kenedy will be allowed to join the Magpies.

Lucas Perez According to the Press Association, Lucas Perez is set to remain at Arsenal.

Despite wanting a move away in search of first team football, Arsenal and Deportivo could not agree a fee for the Spaniard.

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Dennis Praet Despite interest from Newcastle, Everton and West Ham, reports in the Belgian media suggest that Dennis Praet will now remain at Serie A club Sampdoria.

Nicolas Tagliafico Ricardo Schlieper, representative of Nicolas Tagliafico, said he sees the sale of the Independiente captain to Newcastle as “complex” but other European teams are interested in the defender.

The Argentinian international left back is available for around million, but the deal seems to have come across a hitch.

Schlieper told ‘Muy Independiente’ radio: “There was direct contact with Newcastle, but I see it as complex. I do not see that I can go further in England.

“I do not like to generate expectations without much sense, there are other clear alternatives (one of Spanish football), but since they did not transcend the club we keep them in silence, there are three conversations we will see if they thrive and if they accept them independently.”

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