Everyone hates a hater. They’re the ones who hate the sun because it’s too hot, and the breeze because it’s too cold.
The rest of us, then, can take comfort in the fact that haters may not want to get involved in as many activities as the rest of us.
But in a twist of irony, that grumpy person you know may actually be better at their job since they spend so much time on fewer activities.
This, according to U.S. research, gives them the opportunity to hone their skills in specific tasks more so than people with a sunny disposition.
Researchers at the University of Illinois and University of Pennsylvania found that people who had a positive attitude were likely to get involved in more activities.