Yes they are, they’re behavioural adaptations that have helped us become a very successful species but that doesn’t mean that they’ll continue to be an advantage. In my view they’re now working against us.
Dodos were very successful too, they gave up flight because there were no land predators and became plentiful throughout Mauritius. Then we introduced rats, dogs and cats and it was goodbye dodo. Behavioural adaptations don’t always work out, they can fail in the face of a new environmental pressure or because they’re intrinsically flawed and if you can look past your own life span at the long term implications of various behaviours it’s easy to imagine everything going pear shaped because of them. Look what happened on Easter Island, then extrapolate that to the whole of humanity.