Overcome – Atriunfar http://atriunfar.net/ Thu, 01 Sep 2022 06:07:23 +0000 en-US hourly 1 https://wordpress.org/?v=5.9.3 https://atriunfar.net/wp-content/uploads/2021/06/icon-3-150x150.png Overcome – Atriunfar http://atriunfar.net/ 32 32 Lady Badgers overcomes a “flat” performance | News, Sports, Jobs https://atriunfar.net/lady-badgers-overcomes-a-flat-performance-news-sports-jobs/ Thu, 01 Sep 2022 05:44:21 +0000 https://atriunfar.net/lady-badgers-overcomes-a-flat-performance-news-sports-jobs/ COLEMAN, Wis. –Niagara coach Carol St. Arnauld said her team was flat in their double game with Coleman on Tuesday. Nonetheless, the Badgers beat the host Cougars 25-20, 23-25, 25-22, 25-14 in the M&O Conference clash. St. Arnauld pointed to one area in particular that was not up to standard. “Our service reception […]]]>

COLEMAN, Wis. –Niagara coach Carol St. Arnauld said her team was flat in their double game with Coleman on Tuesday. Nonetheless, the Badgers beat the host Cougars 25-20, 23-25, 25-22, 25-14 in the M&O Conference clash.

St. Arnauld pointed to one area in particular that was not up to standard.

“Our service reception was less than impressive” said Saint Arnauld. “We had a lot of volleyball last week and last weekend, and my girls showed fatigue. Although we didn’t reach our potential, my girls still pushed and took full control in the final set.

“Coleman hustled us and played us well” she added. “At the end of the day, a win is a win. I can’t wait to end the week with Crivitz at home (tonight) and have a long weekend to rest.

Morgan Borchardt led Niagara with 13 kills, nine assists and two blocks. Erin Lukowicz produced six kills, nine digs and three aces, while Emma Brasure recorded four assists, Raegan Frappier fired three aces and Mallory Sanicki recorded four blocks.

Defensively, Abby Wells led the Lady Badgers with 17 digs.

Report compiled by Daily News editor Jerry DeRoche.



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High School Sports: Too much first half deficit for Hinton to overcome against Woodbury Central (8/29/22) https://atriunfar.net/high-school-sports-too-much-first-half-deficit-for-hinton-to-overcome-against-woodbury-central-8-29-22/ Mon, 29 Aug 2022 22:10:52 +0000 https://atriunfar.net/high-school-sports-too-much-first-half-deficit-for-hinton-to-overcome-against-woodbury-central-8-29-22/ (Photo courtesy of Blake Stubbs, The Record) Hinton’s Caden Winters crashes into Woodbury Central’s ball carrier during Friday’s game. He finished with two tackles on defense and led Hinton receivers with four catches for 65 yards. MOVILLE — Hinton’s football team played even with Woodbury Central in the second half, but a 28-0 first-half deficit […]]]>

(Photo courtesy of Blake Stubbs, The Record) Hinton’s Caden Winters crashes into Woodbury Central’s ball carrier during Friday’s game. He finished with two tackles on defense and led Hinton receivers with four catches for 65 yards.

MOVILLE — Hinton’s football team played even with Woodbury Central in the second half, but a 28-0 first-half deficit was too much for the Blackhawks to overcome in a 41-13 loss to one of the last year’s Class A semi-finalists.

“I think we really showed heart in the second half,” Hinton head coach Kadrian Hardersen said. “Led 28-0 at halftime, you get to see what your boys are made of. They fought the whole second half and played out a 13-13 draw and I thought that was a testament to their tenacity. In the end, we walked out of the gate slowly and played passive football for two quarters and that was our demise.

Woodbury Central scored the first touchdown on a 10-yard pass from Drew Kluender to Eric McGill. A 25-yard touchdown run from Max McGill extended the lead. A 45-yard touchdown pass to Will DeStigter made it 21-0. Woodbury Central converted a 4th-and-5 play for a 25-yard touchdown pass to Eric McGill as they took a 28-0 halftime lead.

Kluender joined Eric McGill twice more in the second half on touchdown shots.

Both of Hinton’s second-half scores came on rushing plays from Beau DeRocher, including an 80-yard fumble for the score. DeRocher finished with 125 rushing yards on six carries in the contest.

“Before, we played well enough to win, but we need to improve the mental side of the game in our backfield,” Hardersen said. “In the second half we were better at making plays when we had the chance and were able to get a bit of a flow. Beau DeRocher had a great night carrying the football and a big play was waiting to happen. I initially thought Garrett Divis was the real deal on Friday night. He was solid in all aspects of the game and the rest of the O line followed his lead.

The rest of the Blackhawks’ rushing attempts weren’t able to gain much with Dylan Hartman next on the team with 20 yards on 10 carries.

Hinton’s passing game was a bit more successful when they were able to make connections, but that was only on just over a quarter of the team’s passing games while the two quarters of the team combined for an 11-of-41 completion rate. Senior Glen Carlson went 7 of 18 for 122 yards, but also had one interception. Sophomore Gabe Anderson completed just four of 23 attempts for 36 yards.

Caden Winters downed four targets for 65 yards and Carson Peirce added three receptions for 58 yards as top receivers for Hinton.

Carter Worden had an interception for the defense. DeRocher and Hartman led the team with 9.5 tackles while Jacob Bishop was next with 8.5 tackles in the game.

“Defensively, I think we made some really good adjustments in the second half and were a lot more aggressive in our mindset. In the first half, I thought we lost our heads a bit and the guys had stopped reading their keys and focusing on their jobs,” Hardersen said. “Dylan Hartman was a tackle machine all night and our front did a good job of keeping him clean in the second half. “

Both teams resumed their series last season after a break in 2020. The Wildcats won last year’s meeting by a score of 52-0. Hinton won every year from 2016 to 2019, all with double-digit scores.

Woodbury Central (1-0) will travel to face Logan-Magnolia (0-1) on Friday. Those teams met twice last season with the Wildcats winning 18-13 in the district contest and then by a score of 26-7 in the state quarterfinals.

Hinton (0-1) will also open district play on Friday as they host MMCRU (1-0). The Blackhawks won last year’s game by a score of 7-6.

“Moving forward, the big key for us is getting back to basics and focusing on the work of each man,” Hardersen said. “We’ve taken the early game tremors out of our system and now we need to refine what we’re doing and improve.”

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Essex resident recognized by Iowa State Fair fort’s work to overcome food insecurity | Local News https://atriunfar.net/essex-resident-recognized-by-iowa-state-fair-forts-work-to-overcome-food-insecurity-local-news/ Sun, 28 Aug 2022 05:15:00 +0000 https://atriunfar.net/essex-resident-recognized-by-iowa-state-fair-forts-work-to-overcome-food-insecurity-local-news/ Heidi Hertensen Shenandoah Valley News An Essex resident was recently recognized at the Iowa State Fair for the work she does in her community. Each year since 1997, the Iowa State Fair Blue Ribbon Foundation and Cookies Food Products select an Iowa resident for each of the 10 days of the Iowa State Fair and […]]]>

Heidi Hertensen Shenandoah Valley News

An Essex resident was recently recognized at the Iowa State Fair for the work she does in her community.

Each year since 1997, the Iowa State Fair Blue Ribbon Foundation and Cookies Food Products select an Iowa resident for each of the 10 days of the Iowa State Fair and recognize that person as the Iowan of the Day. The program aims to honor people living in Iowa who are making a difference in their community.

On Saturday, August 20, Essex’s Jeannine Liljedahl received the honor of being the Iowan of the Day on the Bill Riley Stage at the Iowa State Fairgrounds. When selecting Iowans from submitted nominations, judges look for individuals who have demonstrated integrity, pride, hard work and dedication to their community, according to a news release.

Liljedahl was nominated because the Essex community believes she has a generous soul and positively impacts community members, the statement said. Ensuring food security and inclusion of community members is a passion for Liljedahl, and her perseverance and hard work bless the community.

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Liljedahl said she found out she was nominated and won it all simultaneously – it was very excited.

“I love the Iowa State Fair, and it’s truly an honor to represent Southwest Iowa,” she said.

Volunteering is something Liljedahl said she always enjoyed, but became more involved in volunteering in the community after getting married. The pantry is where Liljedahl “found my calling,” she said.

“Everyone deserves to have food,” Liljedahl said. “I don’t know what it’s like to have no food in my cupboard. I don’t know what it does.

Liljedahl said it breaks her heart to think of someone who has no food to eat. For the past 19 years, she has volunteered at the Community Food Pantry in Shenandoah, serving Blanchard, Coin, Essex, Farragut, Northboro and Shenandoah. She is currently the Pantry Chair.

As a volunteer, she was instrumental in the success of the Shenandoah Food Pantry. Liljedahl said she originally wanted to create a food pantry specifically for Essex but didn’t know where to start, so she volunteered at the Shenandoah Food Pantry.

She later realized that Essex didn’t need its own pantry, as Shenandoah’s was well organized and had a large group of volunteers. Liljedahl attributes part of the pantry’s success to a supportive community.

“I’d like to think we have a good reputation in the community,” Liljedahl said. “When I get out of there, and whenever it’s like I was hoping, I helped someone today. I hope it made a little difference in their life.

She said you meet a lot of great people as a volunteer and make friends with some of the clients. She has no regrets and is grateful to have gotten involved in the pantry. Lilidahl said last year the pantry has expanded its services and now offers a space where customers can buy clothes, household items, books and other items that were given away for free when they pick up their food.

Liljedahl was also the co-founder and manager of the Little Red Wagon, which delivered meals to Essex residents for around 20 years. She said restaurants would prepare and pack the food in take-out containers, then she and volunteers would deliver the meals to Essex residents.

“When we started this, there were three of us, and I thought if we could last a year,” Liljedahl said.

Twenty years later, Liljedahl said it had been a lot of fun but a lot of work and had to discontinue Little Red Wagon service to continue his pantry work. She always thought it was time to quit if she couldn’t give it her all.

In addition to her work in the community with the food pantry and meal service, Liljedahl is also a member of the Southview Village Low-Rental Housing Board of Directors. She is a foundation member and volunteer at the Shenandoah Medical Center Gift Shop and is involved in PEO (Women’s Scholarship Organization), while serving on the Library Board, Rotary Club, West Central Community Action Board, Magistrate Selection Committee, Shenandoah Book Club and Essex Study and Service Club.

Liljedahl said she loves all the delicious food at the Iowa State Fair, but she also loves that it’s still something you can make as a family. She also said that while she doesn’t expect any recognition for her volunteer efforts, “it’s really nice sometimes to be recognized.”

Each Iowan of the Day recipient receives accommodations at the Des Moines Marriott Downtown, a cash prize, admission tickets to the Iowa State Fair, use of a golf cart for the day to get around in the fairgrounds and a VIP car park on the fairgrounds.

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‘I still believe in the title’: To close an 80-point deficit, Charles Leclerc draws inspiration from a former teammate https://atriunfar.net/i-still-believe-in-the-title-to-close-an-80-point-deficit-charles-leclerc-draws-inspiration-from-a-former-teammate/ Thu, 25 Aug 2022 18:00:13 +0000 https://atriunfar.net/i-still-believe-in-the-title-to-close-an-80-point-deficit-charles-leclerc-draws-inspiration-from-a-former-teammate/ Ferrari driver Charles Leclerc says he will try to make the most of the opportunities in the upcoming races to win the 2022 Drivers’ Championship. Charles Leclerc returns to Spa-Francorchamps for the first race after F1’s summer break. The Monegasque won the 2019 Belgian GP, ​​his first F1 victory and cemented his name as a […]]]>

Ferrari driver Charles Leclerc says he will try to make the most of the opportunities in the upcoming races to win the 2022 Drivers’ Championship.

Charles Leclerc returns to Spa-Francorchamps for the first race after F1’s summer break. The Monegasque won the 2019 Belgian GP, ​​his first F1 victory and cemented his name as a future F1 talent.

But this year, Leclerc returns with his eyes set on winning the F1 championship. But hopes of winning his first title with Ferrari seem dim.

Leclerc is 80 points behind Max Verstappen in the 2022 drivers’ standings. The 2021 world champion has won 8 from the first 13 races and looks favorite to claim his second title this year.

But Leclerc says he hasn’t given up hope yet. The Monegasque appeared positive and calm when seen in the F1 paddock ahead of the 2022 Belgian GP.

The Monegasque said the ups and downs of the first half of the season left him very tired. And after spending the 3 weeks of the break with his loved ones, he is loaded and ready to race.

He said: “We will try, as a team, to tackle one race at a time, optimizing the opportunities that will gradually present themselves in front of us. I still believe in the title. It will be difficult, of course, but I will believe in it until the end.

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Sebastian Vettel an inspiration for Charles Leclerc

If Charles manages to overturn Max Verstappen’s 80-point championship lead, it will go down in F1 history as the “greatest comeback”. But this feat is far from reality and will require a gargantuan effort from Leclerc and Ferrari.

And for inspiration, Charles turned to his former team-mate Sebastian Vettel. Vettel had overcome a 31-point deficit in the last 6 races to win his first F1 championship.

But above all, his performance in the 2013 season. Vettel won all 9 races after the summer break. He would win his 4th World Championship title in India, 3 full races before the season finale in Brazil.

“I have to do like Sebastian Vettel in 2013 when he won all the races after the summer break. It might be easier said than done, but I will do my best.

Vettel won the 2013 season by a margin of 155 points, the largest in the sport. It was one of the most dominating championship wins in F1 history.

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WWE 2K23 Must Overcome 2K22 Roster Struggle https://atriunfar.net/wwe-2k23-must-overcome-2k22-roster-struggle/ Tue, 23 Aug 2022 16:09:00 +0000 https://atriunfar.net/wwe-2k23-must-overcome-2k22-roster-struggle/ WWE 2K22 revitalized the franchise after years of lackluster releases, giving gamers a delight WWE game with improved gameplay and returning game modes such as MyGM. However, one area where the game did not perform well was the roster, giving players a more limited selection and hampering the game’s long-term replayability. WWE 2K23 will need […]]]>

WWE 2K22 revitalized the franchise after years of lackluster releases, giving gamers a delight WWE game with improved gameplay and returning game modes such as MyGM. However, one area where the game did not perform well was the roster, giving players a more limited selection and hampering the game’s long-term replayability. WWE 2K23 will need to address this issue by improving the roster size and adding more Legends and alternate versions of Superstars to give players far more options in character selection.

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The list is an essential part of everything WWE game, as it not only impacts the variety of wrestlers available to players, but also gives them a chance to shape WWE in their image. From building custom squads to pitting their favorite legends against each other, getting the right roster size and depth is important to give players the full experience, and that’s where WWE 2K22 falls short. With its small list size and lack of captions, WWE 2K22 the list needs to be greatly improved to WWE 2K23 be considered a great game.

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WWE 2K22 Roster Size

At the heart of WWE 2K22 The roster struggle is the small roster size given to players at game launch. The game is loaded with just over 180 superstars and 220 after the DLC release. Although this number seems large for a wrestling game, it is considered low compared to other WWE games published by 2K Games. WWE 2K19 and WWE 2K20 had much larger rosters at launch, and while these games didn’t offer great gameplay, the variety available to players made them more appealing to fans.


WWE 2K19 had a list of 252 superstars and WWE 2K20 had over 260 superstars on its roster, spoiling players’ choice. These figures include a long list of legends that add a lot to the game in terms of nostalgic value and give the games a level of depth that lacks. WWE 2K22. WWE 2K23 needs to learn from this and increase the number of superstars available to players at launch, with DLC increasing the roster size significantly.

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Size alone does not describe the lackluster list of WWE 2K22, because the most disappointing part is the lack of captions. With many notable absences that have been Legend’s main additions to previous games, such as Lita, Mr. Perfect, and Paul Bearer, WWE 2K22 fell massively short in this department. Legends are hugely important in any WWE game, as they provide older fans with a sense of nostalgia and give younger fans a glimpse into WWE’s past.


Another large area where WWE 2K22 What’s missing compared to other games in the franchise are alternate versions of WWE Superstars. In previous games, players have had the opportunity to play as multiple versions of their favorite Superstars, showing off their progression as WWE Superstars and giving fans a taste of the rich history they have in the game. ‘company. However, with superstars like Triple H and Kane lacking notable releases, WWE 2K22 list once again falls short of its predecessors.

WWE 2K22 is arguably one of the best WWE titles published by 2K Games and developer Visual Concepts, but while the game is way ahead of everything else in the franchise, the bad list, both in terms in size and depth, brings down the whole game. WWE 2K23 will have to ensure that it provides players with more superstars, alternate versions of important superstars and a long list of legends to show improvements and be considered a better WWE 2K Game.


WWE 2K22 is available for PC, PS4, PS5, Xbox One and Xbox Series X|S.

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Top Gun producer explains how Sequel was able to defeat Marvel and DC https://atriunfar.net/top-gun-producer-explains-how-sequel-was-able-to-defeat-marvel-and-dc/ Mon, 22 Aug 2022 01:44:00 +0000 https://atriunfar.net/top-gun-producer-explains-how-sequel-was-able-to-defeat-marvel-and-dc/ Top Gun: Maverick Producer Jerry Bruckheimer explains why the sequel outperformed Marvel and DC comic book movies. Bruckheimer is the producer of the new Superior gun movie, as well as the original, and was a massive hit in Hollywood for decades. He is responsible for films such as Beverly Hills Cop, National Treasure, Bad Boys, […]]]>

Top Gun: Maverick Producer Jerry Bruckheimer explains why the sequel outperformed Marvel and DC comic book movies. Bruckheimer is the producer of the new Superior gun movie, as well as the original, and was a massive hit in Hollywood for decades. He is responsible for films such as Beverly Hills Cop, National Treasure, Bad Boys, Pirates of the Caribbean, and many other projects that left a lasting legacy of quality throughout his tenure.

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Top Gun: Maverick was a massive hit, which is surprising given the 35-year gap between the original and the sequel. Directed by Joseph Kosinski (Tron: legacy, oblivion) and again with Tom Cruise in the lead role, Top Gun: Maverick has recently exceeded Avengers: Infinity War as the sixth highest-grossing film in the country. With a worldwide box office of $1.4 billion, Top Gun: Maverick also flew over DC movies like Aquaman and this year The Batmantaking the crown of the comic book genre for the first time in a long time.

Related: How Top Gun: Maverick’s Box Office Beat Infinity War (Is Endgame Next?)


In an interview with EOBruckheimer discusses the success of Top Gun: Maverick in relation to Marvel and DC comic book movies, explaining that audiences “I’ve seen so much CGI” over the years. Although he doesn’t think this is a bad thing, he adds that “It’s also nice to see the real deal,” what is the maverick is all about. Here is Bruckheimer’s full commentary:

Audiences love Marvel, they love DC stuff. They are beautifully made by truly talented people. Sometimes you want to see something that’s real, and that’s what Superior gun gave us… These airmen are out there protecting our country right now, flying around the world, and you’re taking a ride with them. You see what they do, you see what their life is like, and the trials and tribulations they have to go through. You really live it with our actors.

Top Gun: Maverick is set to release on Blu-ray and streaming on August 23, which will no doubt set it to break even more home video records. Still, that doesn’t mean it’s done breaking box office records. Currently sitting at $683 million domestically, it’s entirely possible that if Top Gun: Maverick stays in theaters long enough, it might exceed Black Panther, which currently ranks fifth with $700 million. With Avatar sitting at $760 million, it’s likely that Top Gun: Maverick would be top there (if it goes that far). It’s yet another monumental achievement that put the comic book genre in its stride.


Ironically, Top Gun: Maverick It was never expected to be as big a hit as it has become, but it proved that quality can overcome anything, especially when the audience recognizes it. While the movie’s success certainly won’t stop comic book movies from being made, it will likely open the doors for other movies like maverick find the way to the cinemas. Hopefully a third sequel to Superior gun will arrive long before another 35-year wait. At the same time, it’s perhaps a good lesson for Marvel and DC, showing that leaving things in the making for a while can improve the hype, quality, and reception of a spectacle movie, rather than produce them on an assembly line.


Source: EW

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SF preview: Stefanos Tsitsipas ready to overcome Daniil Medvedev’s ‘hurdle’ | ATP Tour https://atriunfar.net/sf-preview-stefanos-tsitsipas-ready-to-overcome-daniil-medvedevs-hurdle-atp-tour/ Sat, 20 Aug 2022 06:09:04 +0000 https://atriunfar.net/sf-preview-stefanos-tsitsipas-ready-to-overcome-daniil-medvedevs-hurdle-atp-tour/ There always seems to be so much at stake when Daniil Medvedev and Stefanos Tsitsipas face off on a tennis court. In fact, in their nine-match history, all but one of their encounters have been at the ATP Masters 1000, Nitto ATP Finals, or Grand Slam level. Saturday’s game at the Western & Southern Open, […]]]>

There always seems to be so much at stake when Daniil Medvedev and Stefanos Tsitsipas face off on a tennis court.

In fact, in their nine-match history, all but one of their encounters have been at the ATP Masters 1000, Nitto ATP Finals, or Grand Slam level. Saturday’s game at the Western & Southern Open, which will be their 10th meeting, is no exception, with a place in the 2022 final hanging in the balance.

World number one Medvedev holds a 7-2 advantage in the ATP Head2Heads.

“He’s one of the best,” said No. 4 seed Tsitsipas, who advanced to his third straight semifinal in Cincinnati via a close 7-6(5), 5-7 decision. 6-3 against 2013 runner-up John Isner. “I will have to play my game. Of course, an obstacle like Daniil is never easy, but I will try to stay focused, try to approach my game in the most precise, best way. I’ll let my tennis do the talking, and the rest will show up if it’s something I deserve.


Medvedev, who will be the top seed at the US Open later this month, continues to prove himself in big moments. In his 7-6(1), 6-3 dismissal of American Taylor Fritz in the quarter-finals, he improved to 20-6 in tiebreakers at the ATP Masters 1000 events.

“It’s great because a tie-break is a fun thing,” Medvedev said, heading into his first Masters 1000 semi-final of the year. “We call it a ‘lottery’. I think it’s a bit like that. I remember when I had my wild ride in 2019 [when he reeled of six straight finals]I won a lot of tie-breaks [11] in a row. Then I remember a time in my career when I lost five or six in a row. Now I have gained a lot again. I just try to do my best, to play every point. Of course, you lose some, you gain some. But 20-6 is a good record. I am happy.

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Medvedev, a titlist here in this unheard-of run in 2019, won his last encounter, a 7-6(5), 4-6, 6-4, 6-1 semi-final victory in January at the Open d ‘Australia.

“I’m happy with my level,” said the 26-year-old world number 1. “If I can keep playing this way, and especially during the game raise my level, I can beat anyone.”

Medvedev leads the four semifinalists in the INSIGHTS Steal metric, having won 34% of his points from defense this week. Tsitsipas paces the pack in conversion rate after seeing 76.1% of the attacking points at home. The Greek also tops the standings with a score of 26.1% in attack, which shows he played more than a quarter of his shots in attack to reach the semi-finals. Learn more about INSIGHTS.

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Limited to just nine games in 2021, and just 16 so far in 2022, Borna Coric suddenly looks like the player who once reached No. 12 in the Pepperstone ATP rankings. Back in business after recovering from shoulder surgery, the 26-year-old Croatian is through to his first ATP Masters 1000 semi-final in four years, having brushed off the Top 10 like Rafael Nadal (7- 6(9), 4-6, 6-3) and Félix Auger-Aliassime (6-4, 6-4).

Credit the work he has done outside of games, especially on serve. Against Auger-Aliassime in the quarter-finals, Coric hit eight aces for a single double fault and won an incredible 97% (31 of 32) of his first-serve points.

“I served a lot last week,” said Coric, who after a 6-3, 6-2 loss to compatriot Marin Cilic in Montreal, put in some serious hours on the training ground. “I took the risk with my shoulder. I never know how many I can serve, but I just took the risk and trained very hard.

Next up for Coric, who jumped 86 places to No. 66 in the Pepperstone ATP live rankings, is 9th seed Cameron Norrie of Great Britain. This is the second career ATP Masters 1000 semi-final for the southpaw after winning in Indian Wells last October.

“He’s a great competitor,” said Norrie, who is No. 9 in the Pepperstone ATP live rankings and can move up to No. 8 with a title or second place. “He has a really good level. I watched it a lot this week. He beat Rafa, of course, the other day. He is playing some of his best. He’s won his matches very comfortably, so he’s going to feel pretty fresh and ready to go.

The opponents have shared their two previous encounters, with Norrie winning the Round of 16 in Shenzhen 2018, 6-4, 7-6(8), and Coric taking a 6-2, 6-2 second-round decision in Rome in 2019.

Starting the week at No. 152, Coric is the second lowest-ranked Cincinnati semifinalist since 1973 (No. 203 Byron Bertram, 1975).

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How to overcome the quarter-life crisis | The new times https://atriunfar.net/how-to-overcome-the-quarter-life-crisis-the-new-times/ Tue, 16 Aug 2022 22:53:16 +0000 https://atriunfar.net/how-to-overcome-the-quarter-life-crisis-the-new-times/ Imagine having that stressful feeling that you’re stuck in your life, you can’t seem to move forward or backward, your friends and colleagues are moving forward in their careers, making great strides, achieving success, and opening doors. But you feel like you don’t know what’s going on and you’re unsure of your choices and you […]]]>

Imagine having that stressful feeling that you’re stuck in your life, you can’t seem to move forward or backward, your friends and colleagues are moving forward in their careers, making great strides, achieving success, and opening doors. But you feel like you don’t know what’s going on and you’re unsure of your choices and you start to wonder if you’ll make it. It’s a quarter-life crisis or a midlife crisis.

A quarter-life crisis, according to various online media outlets, is a time of uncertainty and questioning that typically occurs when people feel trapped, uninspired, and disillusioned in their mid-twenties to early twenties. thirties.

Diane Ineza, operations manager at a shipping company, says feeling stuck in a job or career path is normal for everyone, but can also be a challenge.

“Feeling trapped is normal, we all feel it at some point, but it’s a difficult experience because you know you have goals and you want to achieve them, but it’s hard to do, yeah it’s hard but people have to understand that a quarter life crisis is not permanent that’s why it’s a crisis it comes and goes having that one hope it ends helps a person too to be motivated to find solutions to get out of it, it all starts in the head,” she says.

Ineza adds that starting a self-exploration journal can help overcome a quarter-life crisis, regular writing sessions can help spot patterns in feelings and experiences, often making it easier to understand what’s going on. must really change in a person’s life and appreciate what is already working well.

Marius Kabandana, a system developer, says many young people ignore a quarter-life crisis when they are having one to reassure themselves that they are not having one.

“I faced one a few months ago, but I’ll pretend I’m fine and have everything under control. Faking it destroys a person even more because they don’t realize there’s it’s normal to slip back into your twenties or thirties, that’s why a person should face the crisis without shame, taking a break is a way of reflecting.

He continues: “I am not saying to stop working but to take a break from society to find oneself. You can retreat to a quiet place and reflect on yourself from the start of your career, the goals you had and your vision, then you can write new ones, and if you find you are on the wrong career path, it’s okay to explore new areas that interest you,” he says.

In an article by Adam Smiley Poswolsky, workplace keynote speaker, he says the grass is always greener. We think everyone has it figured out, but in reality, we’re all looking. Instead of comparing yourself to others, spend time figuring out what you want.

There’s a problem with defining your career as a ladder, Poswolsky says. This defines success in a very specific way, as a continuous climb in one direction, instead you can think of your career as a series of jumps to different lilies in a pond. He explains that changing the way you approach your career can also be a way out of a quarter-life crisis.

“Breakthroughs require personal agitation, but they also require outside help,” Poswolsky also says.

If you don’t currently have friends or acquaintances to discuss your plans with, find a network through social media or sites like Meetup.com, he suggests.

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The discourse of resistance is a way to overcome the problems of the Islamic world https://atriunfar.net/the-discourse-of-resistance-is-a-way-to-overcome-the-problems-of-the-islamic-world/ Sun, 14 Aug 2022 16:39:00 +0000 https://atriunfar.net/the-discourse-of-resistance-is-a-way-to-overcome-the-problems-of-the-islamic-world/ Speaking at a Cabinet meeting on Sunday evening, President Raeisi said it is only with courageous and courageous resistance that nations seeking freedom can force arrogant powers to retreat. Referring to August 14 named after the “Day of Islamic Resistance” in the country’s official calendar, he commemorated the sublime concept of resistance and added that […]]]>

Speaking at a Cabinet meeting on Sunday evening, President Raeisi said it is only with courageous and courageous resistance that nations seeking freedom can force arrogant powers to retreat.

Referring to August 14 named after the “Day of Islamic Resistance” in the country’s official calendar, he commemorated the sublime concept of resistance and added that historical experience indicates that whenever nations of the world in search of freedom took the path of resistance to face the current of domination and arrogance, they succeeded and acquired dignity and independence.

Elsewhere in his remarks, President Raeisi emphasized that the discourse of resistance is the only influential and effective way to overcome the problems facing the Islamic world, especially the question of Palestine.

He commemorated the name and memory of the great commanders of the Resistance Movement Martyr, Lieutenant General Soleimani and Martyr Haj Hossein Hamedani, and declared that the noble nation of Islamic Iran and all freedom seekers of the region and the world are grateful for the bravery and struggle of the commanders. of the Resistance.

President Raeisi then referred to the salient progress made in the country in the fields of science and technology as well as the promotion of the scientific level of the country’s universities and added that the 13th government will make every effort to support the companies founded on knowledge in command for them to boost.

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Determination and support help Lia overcome challenges https://atriunfar.net/determination-and-support-help-lia-overcome-challenges/ Fri, 12 Aug 2022 21:47:22 +0000 https://atriunfar.net/determination-and-support-help-lia-overcome-challenges/ In high school, 17-year-old Lia suffered from an eating disorder. His anorexia led to body image issues, suicidal thoughts and self-harming behaviors. She was in a residential facility receiving treatment for her anorexia, but when a nurse discovered Lia was cutting herself, she was sent to a hospital emergency department (ED). Lia’s mother, Angela, didn’t […]]]>

In high school, 17-year-old Lia suffered from an eating disorder. His anorexia led to body image issues, suicidal thoughts and self-harming behaviors. She was in a residential facility receiving treatment for her anorexia, but when a nurse discovered Lia was cutting herself, she was sent to a hospital emergency department (ED).

Lia’s mother, Angela, didn’t know she was cutting herself. They were shocked when they learned their daughter was in the emergency room awaiting mental health treatment. For two weeks, Lia waited in the emergency room for a mental health bed to open, a concept known as a “boarding school.” Her mother called different establishments daily, begging them to take her daughter.

“The wait has been brutal,” Angela said. “To see my daughter waiting and waiting in the emergency department was horrible. This is not where she should have been. She was not receiving any treatment; she was just waiting. It was not a healing environment for her.

On day 14 of Lia’s ER pick-up, the hospital social worker told Angela about the youth village program, Intercept for Emergency Diversion. The program launched in Massachusetts in March 2021 and aims to address the crisis in pediatric ER residency.

Every day in Massachusetts, more than 200 children are admitted to emergency departments and await mental health treatment. The social worker explained that through this program, Lia was able to be discharged from the hospital and receive intensive mental health treatment at home, eliminating the costly and unnecessary need to wait for an open bed in a mental health facility.

Less than 24 hours after Angela was told about the program, Lia was released and on her way home. Her youth village specialist followed Lia and Angela home from hospital, and treatment began immediately.

As soon as they arrived, Lia’s specialist went over the security planning, going through the whole house with Angela and going over what needed to be locked up and what could be safely kept out of the way. She even provided locked boxes for Angela to keep things like medicine, knives and razors in a safe place.

When she arrived home, Lia had very few privileges. She couldn’t stay home alone safely; she was not allowed to drive; and she was constantly watched by her parents. Angela quit her job so she could be there for Lia full time. Lia knew that these restrictions weren’t forever, and she was determined to improve.

Lia and her specialist worked on identifying coping skills that would help her when she was having negative thoughts. She worked on positive thinking and self-image, journaling, restoring her parents’ trust, and a meal schedule. They did a lot of psychoeducation around healthy eating habits and making sure Lia ate properly.

Lia missed the first three months of school due to her hospitalizations and worried that she might not graduate on time. When she returned to school at the end of November, she only attended two hours a day. She didn’t return to school full time until January.

Lia was determined to overcome her eating disorder and worked hard for it education and mental health. Not only did she graduate on time, but she got the best. She even got to attend her prom! Lia has received scholarships to three prestigious colleges and is excited to attend Assumption College next semester.

After five months of working with her specialist Intercept, Lia is booming. She is gaining more privileges every day. Recently she was able to stay overnight with friends safely, she is trusted to drive and stay home alone and she will be moving on her own to live near her college. Lia also stopped her self-harming behaviors and experienced a significant decrease in suicidal ideation. She is constantly busy and is so excited for the future.

“There are so many reasons why an emergency room is not a place for children with mental illness,” Angela said. “We can do so much more for the kids who are just waiting there. I’m so glad we found youth villages. They are the reason my daughter was able to come home and recover. Everyone should know about this program.

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