By being a good sport, you learn respect for others and self-control. These skills can help you manage many other parts of your life
Of course, sports can be fun and entertaining and has evolved into a big business. However, when played appropriately, sports can also be an important health intervention.
“I love talking about my amputation,” explained Jillian Williams, a member of Team USA’s Sitting Volleyball team. After undergoing treatment for Ewing’s sarcoma, part of Williams’ leg was amputated and her foot was reattached to her femur through a rotationplasty surgery at MD Anderson Cancer Center. Today, Williams says her life is better with one leg than it was with two.