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There are theories in medicine that some of these behavior are in fact genetic. However, there is genetic predisposition to them, not so much that it's inevitable. It makes it harder for such patients to try to have to fight the urge. However, it's still important to recognize it, educate them when they are younger and tell why it is or is no accepted in the society.
It's so much more damaging to ignore the situation. It's very hard to confront it but it's important.
Some individuals have an easier time denying what's going on as opposed to confronting it. Maybe they aren't as strong and maybe they don't know how. But that's why it's so important to not make it a taboo subject and actually put out there in the open and discuss it. Even more so because if we don't then we just perpetuate more victimization.
I think you are right in that, you are better for it.
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