In regards to norms, though, if the issue is something related to morality, then I cannot reason, because the very nature of morality is subjective. For example, people will say that murder is wrong, but it's really because (A) it's illegal and (B) because it goes against religious beliefs. Hence, there is no rationale to justify that. I always felt that following the rules was the only justifiable answer to what is right and wrong, and different cultures have different perspectives. I don't think there is a natural law for anything except for science.
The thing is, also, that my youth consisted of being bullied and stuff that I eventually decided to isolate myself from people and repress desires for interaction, perhaps because I want to challenge society's views on the importance of friendship. When I interact with people, it's usually of necessity rather than desire.