Hello jadam12. This question has been around with man and woman as genders since, well, a bit and a byte. It may never get answered. Personally, I say toss everything out the window and ponder they both are judging.
Next, take a peek at any reputable site regarding the Myers-Briggs personality indicator. Maybe if interested grab a bit and a byte from a well versed site on archetypes from Jung's perspective. Next, take a snapshot of Maslow's Hierarchy of needs and need deficiencies. Sharing, I was a judgmental type until I learned I had that personality type. Then I sought change. I did not like being a judgmental type.
In other words, I have not an answer for your question. Personally, what is natural is easiest for me today. Yet, when I was, say, in my early twenties natural was not what natural is for me today. Kinda' like how water flows mostly downhill, usually, as a stream.
I Ponder learning as the cause of dispositions. I Ponder the question stated foremost. The personal response I tender is "of course" that is natural as to common is to a hamburger today. Yet, fish and chicken is on the rise. Salads too. I ask sometimes when asked this question in the past using a familiar story of great debate. No religion intended. Only a bit and a byte of pondering.
"Who was wealthiest, Adam or Eve?
Who was richest, Adam or Eve?
Who had more abundance, Adam or Eve?
Were they ever equal?
When did they become unequal?
Why were they unequal?
What was the cause of being unequal?
Was that cause wealth, riches, or abundance?
What is most abundant today?
What wealth today is sought most?
What is richer wealth or abundance?
What abundance has the greatest wealth?
What abundance of wealth offers riches beyond today's riches?
Who said "an apple a day keeps the doctor away"?
Who said "early to bed, early to rise, always makes a man healthy, wealthy, and wise"?
Who said, "A penny saved is a penny earned?"
What does the word Earn mean?
Is a picture worth 1,000 words?
Which is easiest reading words or looking at pictures?
Is the word Earn within the word Learn?
Which is greater value or worth?
Is Why, "Y"?
If Why and/or "Y" is removed, then there are 25 letters in the alphabet and that leaves who, where, when, what, how and how much.
What does Return on Investment mean?
I Ponder these from time to time, even though they may not make much sense . . .