A netizen shared how he can’t stand people who are always positive and smiling, he says that it is “not normal” for people to behave this way.
Here is the story:
I can’t stand people who are always positive and upbeat.
Those people are always full of energy and smiling. The kind of person that does a little clap and has a huge grin on their face when they’re about to tell you something.
Like what are you so happy about? Why are you always moving your hands so fast? Why did you need to create some weird job title like creativologist when you’re a branding manager?
It’s not normal for fully grown adults to behave in such a way. It’s unnerving. Just bring it down a notch.
But of course I can’t say that, because then I’m a jerk.
- OP is kind of a jerk for this. Let people be upbeat. Annoying? Yeah. But OP just seems like they’re in a miserable headspace.
- Some of us are dying inside but trying to fake it till we can make it.
- Sometimes it’s anxiety, too. I’ve had coworkers tell me I’m extremely positive and cheerful at jobs I hated because I just smile by default when dealing with social anxiety. Clapping and constantly smiling can be nervous behaviours.
- Yeah that’s me everyday. I try to so hard to keep a smile on my face and help other people to the point that my friends have no clue that I’m internally struggling a lot of time.
- I’m an extrovert that doesn’t have a lot of friends. I’m just happy when I get to talk to people about things that excite me
Editor’s note: You’re second paragraph is oddly specific lol.