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Backlash after psychologist claims high dating standards make men lonely

A psychologist says he's received hate mail for making the claim that men are lonelier than ever these days thanks to the high dating standards of modern women. Dr Greg Matos wrote 'The Rise of Lonely, Single Men' for, where he argued 'men need to address their (relationship) skills deficits' because women are becoming 'increasingly selective'.
According to psychologists, Hate mail for claiming that men are lonelier than ever thanks to modern women's high dating standards. argued that “men need to address a lack of (relationship) skills” because they are “increasingly selective”. Photo by Screengrab /Greg Matos/ TikTok

Psychologists say they received harassing emails for making claims like:

Greg Matos of "The Rise of Lonely, Single Men" In it, she argued that "men need to address their (relationship) skills deficit" as women are becoming "increasingly selective".

He said:

However, he says men are not good at communicating, which makes them hesitate. He says society doesn't teach young men how to communicate.

There was a backlash that Matos detailed in his TikTok post.

Matos said he was inundated with hate mail from angry men who didn't listen to him.

"If I, as a leader, are always looking for self-improvement, how can I not look at my relationships, the people I care about most, the people I say I love? "Can I love these people more? Why don't I ask myself that? If I'm not afraid," Matos said on TikTok. 42} His report is based on data collected in the United States in 2019, showing that dating apps are overrun with men (accounting for 62% of users), according to the Daily Mail. Suggesting that more men than women are single,.

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