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Trigger Warning: talks about traumatic experiences I am going to use some words that as behavior-analytic professionals we are taught are indefinable, untouchable, and forbidden as a part of our professional language. The frank part is you wouldn’t be wrong to think those things. Yet, you are thinking them. That internal dialogue is an important experience most of us have and is recognized under our radical behaviorism perspective. So, what existential point am I getting at here?