From: TIME

Grumpy Young Men


This will come as a big surprise to all those wives and girlfriends out there: a new study finds that men in uniform – even absent combat – are harder to get along with than civilian guys.

Military men tend to be more aggressive, more competitive, less concerned with others’ feelings, less neurotic and less likely to worry than their civilian brothers, according to a study in the journal Psychological Science.

This could be a good thing, the study notes.

Read the whole story: TIME

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