Maybe merely more readable and interesting. I could internalize such an attributed mentality much easier than those I saw initially of the process of rapidly growing hair and so-forth to turn into one, and the process of returning from being one. Basically, I became stuck in the details of the transition and didn't even think of the rest of the effects.
My family has me very stressed and work has been mostly dissecting tedious code structures written with little consistency. Deciphering it is akin to the pain one might feel trying to translate the rambling writing of a 5-year-old into a thesis paper. It dominates my mind and has been giving me a serious brain-fogging headache.
Well, In most mythologies, a true werewolf is one who chooses when they want to transform, and they transform completely into an animal, not some freaky man/beast. I don't think that's very negative at all.
At the origins of most of those Vampire myths, they aren't much more than glorified zombies. It's only in modern movie and TV that they've been romanticized. I mean, Do you remember what Nosferatu looked like? Not good, not good at all.