Silentinjuries™

Silentinjuries™

Three distinct tributaries form the Silentinjuries™ watershed: acquisition, assimilation, and application.  The reliability of one’s first information source regarding social-sexual deviance charges the acquisition tributary.  The emotional distress one experiences internalizing social-sexual deviance empirical observations charges the assimilation tributary. The social-sexual deviance exposure type and duration charges the application tributary. The cognitive dissonance resulting from each tributary flowing into one’s ‘river of life’ determines the resulting conflux.1, 2, 3

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