Single heterosexual men are having a tough time on the dating scene.
Men now make up 62% of dating app users, making them less likely to match. This means that women have a lot of men to choose from, so they are most likely to ghost someone.
Another reason healthy relationship standards have changed. The study noted that women are looking for someone who is emotionally available, a good communicator and shares similar values.
The third reason is that men need to overcome “skills”.
The study claims that many young men are not taught early on how to treat women properly.
“The problem for men is that emotional connection is the lifeblood of healthy, long-term love,” the study said.
However, all hope is not lost.
While the algorithms on dating apps and websites are becoming more complex, it can lead to more matches. The study found dating app Hinge found that 90% of users rated their first date positively, with 72% indicating wanting a second date through the app. beta testing,
The study authors advised that men who are having problems in the dating world should go to therapy to bridge the “skill gap” to connect with a future partner.
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