I have a deep interest in the political and the personal. I was in the political space before I started my coaching business, and I’ve been interested in personal development since I was little.
What drove me in my previous career, in a way, still drives me now: a deep frustration with the inequality of the status quo. I began to see the connection between one’s personal experience with what was going on in the broader picture of society.
What is that broader picture? In this episode, I talk about how the recent U.S. midterm reflects a certain relationship dynamic, as well as discuss a recent study about why men feel lonelier than ever before and how that affects heterosexual women looking for a relationship.
2:19 – Why I had to leave working in politics behind and society’s double standards for men and women
9:53 – Republican media response to the Democrat’s success in the 2022 midterms and the relationship dynamic it resembles
14:32 – Why young and middle-aged men are the loneliest they’ve been in a generation
16:08 – What does this mean for women looking for a man?
18:48 – What I’m asking of you if you’re a woman seeking a relationship with a man
I hope you enjoyed this episode! Find me on Instagram or email me with your feedback. I look forward to hearing from you!
After you listen to Single Men Are Lonely. What Does This Mean for Your Love Life?, here are your next steps:
- Psychology Today: “What’s Behind the Rise of Lonely, Single Men” by Greg Matos
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