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  • Combat veteran with PTSD finds strength and relief in Valor Games

    Christine Bowden, a retired combat veteran, served more than 10 years in the Army and on three overseas deployments. Bowden competed in the Valor Games for the second time this year. She finds the challenges that games present to be therapeutic and de-stressing.

Christine Bowden, a retired combat veteran, served more than 10 years in the Army and on three overseas deployments. Bowden competed in the Valor Games for the second time this year. She finds the challenges that games present to be therapeutic and de-stressing. Jill Knight jhknight@newobserver.com
Christine Bowden, a retired combat veteran, served more than 10 years in the Army and on three overseas deployments. Bowden competed in the Valor Games for the second time this year. She finds the challenges that games present to be therapeutic and de-stressing. Jill Knight jhknight@newobserver.com

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