Wednesday, December 28, 2005

The Human Antidepressant - Kyle Maynard

Kyle Maynard is just like any other college student. He is smart, good-looking and just wants to make a difference. He was a star athlete on his high school's wrestling team. There's just one difference between him and most of the other students. He stands less than four feet tall, has no legs or arms and has a bigger heart than most of us combined.

Here is an excerpt from an article on about Kyle explaining how much he has influenced others:

"At one tournament, a middle-aged guy approached Scott. He'd seen Kyle on TV and wanted to meet him, since, he said, Kyle had saved his life. Overweight, diabetic, unhealthy and depressed, the man had been over- whelmed by Kyle's positive attitude and had completely turned his life around. "Your son is a human antidepressant," he told Scott."

Read more about this inspirational athlete at

I also found a book about Kyle's life called No Excuses: The True Story of a Congenital Amputee Who Became a Champion in Wrestling and in Life. It is available at Amazon and can be purchased by clicking here.


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