Psychologists explain why you should make good friends
We have all experienced the shameful people. Although they are considered unfriendly, scientists have argued that people who have no mouth are smarter than the people around them. Of course, the good guys are not friendly, but they are also rich in words.
Many people believe that good people are bad and use bad words because they lack the vocabulary to express themselves. However, psychologists Kristin Joy of Marist University and Timothy Jay of the University of Massachusetts have different views on this. Research has found that people who use a lot of vulgar language are neutral to their views and also have strong, distinctive features. So they use inappropriate words to express disagreement on a particular thing or idea.
Another study shows that cursed people are more honest and express their thoughts on the ground. People who are constantly cursing will tell you what is in their heart. And they do not believe in stealing or diverting the story to suit the interests of others. They believe in honesty, and they use words that convey that truth. They also believe in expressing their views confidently in any way possible, and most often through the most informal of words. These people are, in fact, more honest than we think. Often, they are wrong about it, but that doesn't stop them from becoming themselves.
The study also found that those who expressed frustration when they were in custody and clapped with their captors were more likely to be truthful and honest than those who were cold-tempered and less aggressive. Honest people lose their patience when someone accuses them of something they did not commit. However, someone with a stealth crime will show the utmost restraint, so they won't even give a damn about their mistake.
So the next time you meet a friend who's really good at cursing, make sure their criticisms are all honest, genuine, and they're not meant to hurt you. It's just their way of expressing themselves.