Werewolves have a different perception of what is right and what is wrong than that of the humans perception of the world.
Werewolves have a totally different view of the same world that the humans inhabit. Many things that are natural or normal for humans to view and or feel of the world are unnatural for the werewolf. So this would mean that the werewolf would have to have a different perception of many of these things.
For example, some things that are perceived as “painful” to humans might not be as painful to the werewolf. Some things that are “sad” to humans may actually not be that sad to the werewolf. This does not mean that the werewolf is “desensitized” of certain situations, rather it means that the werewolf perceives the world differently than the humans do.
Also, in general the werewolf is more optimistic about life. The werewolf seeks opportunities and takes advantage of them when they arise. The werewolf also works exceedingly hard to create opportunities to take advantage of, unlike many humans who must break it down before it gets built back up. The werewolf does not intetntionaly “break things down,” this is a naturally reaccuring cycle for the wolf so he or she learns that, for the most part, breaking down is not the best way to go. And so the werewolf learns from his or her mistakes and will listen to the advice of thers along the way.
The werewolf relies heavily on peer influence and motivation. Most of the time the negative feedback others have to offer will be discarded and only the positive feedback will be fostered and used. This is a strong ability that the werewolf created from his or her transformations; they are learning experiences, to listen and learn only from the good advice…