I replied on YouTube with: @10:48 "resistance to the diagnosis is about the stigma". This is a strawman argument against ME patients who suffer worsening of symptoms (in some cases permanently) from exercise or exertion. Under a psychological model worsening of symptoms are not believed by doctors, friends, family, and employers. As a result patients are treated unfairly, are given the wrong advice, and in some cases have their disability made permanently worse. There have even been cases of patients being forcibly sent to mental institutions and children with ME being taken away from their parents. Suzanne O'Sullivan dedicated a chapter in her book (It's All in Your Head: True Stories of Imaginary Illness) to ME which she claims is psychosomatic.