By Ken Jorgustin – Modern Survival Blog
Why is it that people who live rural are (generally) more friendly and helpful than people who live in population dense areas? As the population density thickens, it seems as though more and more people have ‘drawn in’ to themselves and are less friendly or helpful to others. Many of them become downright grumpy (or worse).
While there are certainly exceptions (not everyone follows this pattern), my life experience indicates that it is definitely the general majority.
Why is that?