This is worrisome and thought-provoking by Joe Davis: “Although certainly challenging, we can face and contest coercive social norms, including the imperative that we be effusive and extroverted. We can live by other values and ways of being, including being shy and reticent. But once our shortcomings and distresses are interpreted in a biological language, we lose the grounds on which to come to terms with who we are in relation to (and often in resistance to) what society demands we be. You don’t resist a chemical imbalance; you try to put it right.”