Benefits of being mean
We tend to think that relaxed and calm people are the healthiest and happiest in the world.
There’s a reason humans still cling to the behaviors that get us tagged as assholes and that’s because they make us healthier.
Most linguists agree that the reason we have such a thing as cursing in human language is because it’s help us release the pain.
Every time you smacking the closet door right in the middle of your face it seems to hurt a little less if you scream like a pig.
That’s because cursing simply increase pain tolerance.
We all know that being fat can take years off your life and that being ugly also because of the suffering it cause but did you know talking about how fat and ugly other people are can boost your health?
A study from the University of Michigan found that gossip has positive health benefits and is the main reason why women live longer than men.
Talking about other people lives help us bond with our friends and also reduce stress.
Gossip is like an RSS feed that keeps you constantly updated on the deviant your social circle is up to.
According to science, in the right situations, anger helps your blood pressure and general wellbeing.
Researchers at Carnegie Mellon found that anger, in stressful situations; it was a much better alternative than just keep calm.
Choosing anger provides more positive effects on both blood pressure and mental health than calmness.
We all hate people who complain.
But not all complaining causes bad reactions.
In the right context complaining can actually boost the complainer’s health and immunity as well as the health of those who share the same complaints.
It’s all about the power of complaining in groups.
We are social animals and even bitching about things we can’t control gives us a boost if we do it in group.
the world must know the truth!