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Psychotherapist Dr. Karen Ruskin shares kink can allow people to feel more in control of their minds and bodies, and points out that it can help us connect to ourselves and others. The pandemic caused us to feel out of control, but kink can give you positive experiences that can help one overpower traumatic events.