Agreeableness is often connected to how we feel about the world around us. Do we think that people, life, and opportunities around us are positive, can we trust that other people are good with us, or do we feel that they are on the bad scale? How do we respond to new information, with joy, or with careful scepticism? How likely are we to believe something someone said? When we are agreeable, we are more positive and more trusting. When we are disagreeable, we are more pessimistic and distrusting.