The Science Behind Why Some People Give Off Negative Vibes
Certain people can create a negative vibe around them. You know who I’m talking about — the kind of person you want to avoid but can’t. What is it about them that makes you feel anxious and uncomfortable? Is it their body language? Their eye contact? The sound of their voice? Perhaps you can’t put your finger on it, but these types of people give off an ill feeling, and it only seems to get worse over time.
Have you ever walked into a room, and felt a strange feeling of discomfort and sensed that the vibe just isn’t right? This may be because of the negative energy given off by someone in the room. People who project negative energy often give everyone around them the willies without even realizing it.
We all experience those people who rub us the wrong way, and who can’t be around them for too long because it drains the energy right out of us. Have you ever thought about why? A new study has revealed that it might have something to do with a chemical reaction between your body’s natural odors and pheromones created by these unhappy, grumpy people.
Experts in the field, such as Mark Schaller, Professor of Psychology at the University of British Columbia, point out that your brain employs certain cognitive and behavioral responses that aim to ‘protect’ you or safeguard your integrity. However, these reactions are sometimes more akin to instinct than to an objective and accurate view. As a result, we propose calculating or analyzing the impact of potential bias. It is better to use logic in conjunction with intuition.
Likely Reasons You Feel Uncomfortable
Your Body Thinks It’s at Risk
Our bodies can’t always tell the difference between a tense discussion and a lion on the prowl. The body experiences the same things, but at different degrees.
The ability to connect with others is often equated with the ability to survive within one’s own body.
To exist, we require social contact and connection.
Due to the stress you’ve just put on yourself, your body may shut down and try to avoid the talk. Instead of being present, you’re thinking, “I can’t wait for this to be done so I can get back to being…