DATING CRISIS: Why Are So Many Men Single?

Recently, a concerning statistic came to light…

63% of men aged 18 to 29 are single, while only 34% of women in the same age group are without a partner.

This raises the question: why are men struggling to find relationships?

And perhaps more importantly: what can we do to buck the trend?

One significant factor skewing the dating market is the rise of online dating and social media. In the past, social circles limited your number of potential partners, but now…

Well-crafted social media and dating profiles can attract HUNDREDS of women.

This phenomenon concentrates dating opportunities around a select few high-value men, leaving everyone else with fewer chances to meet women.

Another aspect affecting dating is the shift in work dynamics. With remote work becoming more prevalent, guys have fewer opportunities to socialize with coworkers. Consequently, the chance to meet women at work has diminished.

We’re also seeing a decline of “Third Places.” 

“Third places” are areas besides home and the workplace where you can socialize and spend time with others, such as cafes, restaurants, gyms, and any other place where social activities happen.

As more and more of our lives take place online, guys are spending more time in isolated settings, leading to fewer opportunities to meet women organically.

Men today face heightened social pressure and fear of negative consequences due to factors like societal movements and amplified social media presence. 

This fear of making mistakes or facing potential backlash has led to a significant number of men avoiding dating altogether.

Nowadays, if a man gives up on trying to meet women, there is a WORLD of distraction waiting to keep him from returning to the dating market.

The ready availability of distractions like internet porn and addictive video games provide an escape from the frustration they’re feeling. This false reprieve is of course only hurting them in the long run.

The solution is to take charge of your dating life.

That means you need to make an effort to go out, socialize, and meet new people. Join clubs, attend social events, or work in co-working spaces to expand your social circle and increase your chances of meeting women.

It also means treating dating like a skill and developing a funnel. This could involve mastering online dating, creating an attractive social media presence, or improving your cold approach skills. You should have a plan for meeting new people and converting those interactions into meaningful dates.

While some of these societal changes are alarming, they also present a MASSIVE opportunity for those willing to make the most of their dating lives.

Be one of the few who bucks the trend.

-Todd V

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