June 7, 2025, 8 p.m.I´m out at dinner with my wife, and things couldn´t be better. Hard to believe we were so close to divorce. All that tiresome couples counseling. Then, simple oxytocin therapy. In a few sessions, it was as if we were dating again-such great chemistry. Right now, we´re on our third bottle of Connect-serotonin levels up, corticosteroid levels down. Sure, you can have an intimate conversation without this stuff, but it´s so much easier with it. We´ll go dancing later. Not naturally my thing, but I can pop some Steppinex-it makes me feel ecstatic. Before driving home, I´ll take an AntiStep and instantly be sober._Let´s say the optimists are right, and we´re able to create powerful new enhancement drugs. Should we? To many people, the answer is clear: absolutely not. Social critic Francis Fukuyama, author of _Our Posthuman Future, presents a disquieting vision of a pharma-enhanced population. "Stolid people can become vivacious; introspective ones extroverted; you can adopt one personality on Wednesday and another for the weekend," he writes. Fukuyama worries that the qualities that make us essen-tially human would be lost.