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The results are visible everywhere. Go on dates. Ask your guy friends. Most of them will tell you. There are no fraternities or posses or bro-groups for men of a certain age.

Want to know why guys bear their souls on the first date and want to marry you on the second date? Look no further than the loneliness epidemic, which has quietly swept across America, and is slowly destroying our male population.

Disconnected men have no social contact, no warmth, no support, no touch, no one to celebrate successes, no shoulder to lean on during tough times.

Are you a guy who has experienced this slow fracturing of social bonds? Are you a woman who has seen this up close?

Your thoughts, below, are appreciated. Middle-aged loneliness is definitely not gender-specific. I am a 53 year old single woman with no kids.

My close friends are all married and very busy with work and family obligations. It is lonely indeed.

At the very least, you know the people in the groups have an interest in getting out of the house and meeting new people. Then you have to get to know them and find out if they value friendship, and by that I mean real friendship as opposed to friendly acquaintanceship.

Can you go with me? Maria , I can relate. I am in the same boat. Netflix and chill with my cat. One single guy I like is too busy hanging out with a married woman friend ….

I stay out of it …. I do volunteer and meet people thru that. Being my own best friend gets lonely ….

This is sad! He just had no guy friends — none. We had couple friends, but the only connection these guys had was that they were married to a group of close girlfriends.

The guys never really seemed to bond with each other, not sure why. He absolutely hated it when I went out with my girlfriends alone and made sure I knew it.

And there was always an argument when I got home. The Billy Baker article mostly seems about how men with children who also work are lonely because they have no time left for seeing friends.

As a child free, married woman in my thirties, it always seems to me that the people around me who have children have lots of friends, because they all have their children in common and can bond over this.

Raised five kids. Divorced five years ago after 32 years of marriage. Just last week I was at a local club, rediscovering my love of dancing from my high school and college days.

Throughout the evening, I noticed again and again, women dancing with each other. They were able to enjoy this expression of movement regardless of whether a male partner was available.

It was a reminder to me of how, for a very long time, I have both admired and envied that women can do that. Women can openly enjoy emotional connection with each other and even to an extent, physical connection without ever raising an eyebrow or even a second thought.

On the other hand, if men sought to express emotional or physical connection with other men in the same way, it would quickly be construed that they were gay.

In my own life, after a faith crisis, a bitter divorce and becoming an empty nester all at the same time, I felt for a long time that loneliness was my only faithful companion.

Just reading this article was a little emotionally overwhelming as I thought back over the past five years…the hardest and loneliest years of my life.

It is incredible. Thank you for sharing that. It touched me and made me think. I have wondered why so many men seem to move on quickly after a relationship ends while so many women take a break before getting out there again.

Thanks for sharing your insight. I thought there were conferences for men. I remember my shrink mentioning something about it.

I can relate to this topic. The memories of how good it was and how happy I was when I was in the honeymoon phase of dating someone post-divorce keep me looking for a suitable and healthy partner where we can settle into something good.

But do you have interest in making friends? Friendships are like any other relationship in that they require effort and work to find and maintain.

I have several women friends and I socialize at meetups too. I like my alone time, too. I have known both men and women who use meetups just to meet a partner and disappear completely once they do.

Some people are not just not interested in investing in new friendships. I have a few friends that I made in the first half of my career and a group of childhood friends, but I have not made more than acquaintances since I married.

I am cool with it because I am not a social animal. I do not need to be entertained in the company of others.

I can spend long periods of time by myself and not be bored. Different strokes, I guess. You mentioned meetups being for extroverts.

I am an introvert and not super social but I do like to have one fun thing planned per weekend. To be honest, a man having no friends or not having any interest in friends would be a red flag for me.

To be completely honest, I could take or leave a relationship as well. I have friends. I just do not hang out with them very often, as I prefer my own company.

That is really refreshing after spending the better part of two decades of my life with a woman. Men are very different than women when it comes to friendships.

I simply said a man not having friends would be a red flag for me. Other people may feel differently. Hey Evan. A teen-age step daughter heading off to college.

There must be hundreds of thousands of men in the same position. It is a cause for concern, Evan. From this article and public campaigns in New Zealand, it seems that awareness is spreading of these issues.

Therefore it also seems that there is no impediment for that awareness to increase and a social movement to change this for the better can gain ground.

It will take bravery and effort for those willing to apply it. It can take as little as one gutsy person admitting that they are living with mental illness to start a domino effect of awareness, compassion and acceptance.

So something like this column, if forwarded onto our male friends and relatives, could have that same effect.

This was a person who was trained to identify ways to kill human beings in Vietnam but could not acknowledge his own feelings of loss or navigate the world of friendship.

However the tools that younger generations possess lead me to be optimistic that transformative change can be made.

Airlines instruct parents to put on their own oxygen masks before placing masks on their small children. When my wife lost her mother to cancer long before we met , she was very concerned that she might lose her father next.

Similarly, when she lost her favorite aunt to cancer, she feared she would lose her uncle as well. In both cases, she encouraged them to get out, date and remarry.

I have the most compassion for widows and widowers who are not only dealing with newfound loneliness, but serious grief.

That combination can be deadly. I have a rich and full social life. I just miss my oldest and closest friends from high school and college.

On a societal level, men without the social life I have could certainly benefit from your recommendations.

He was fortunate in that he and my mom had lived in the same area most of their lives, so it made it much easier to get together several times a week and doing so brought him a lot of joy.

Several years ago when my father passed, it was that group of men that told me stories about my dad that I had never known. Really cool stories that I will always cherish.

Friendship is a wonderful gift. Evan, have you told them how you feel? Your friends may feel the same way but are being too stoic or busy to say it.

I agree. You almost have to put the same amount of energy into a social life that you do dating if in fact a social life is what you want.

I grew up in another state, and met my partner soon afterwards. Never made the same types of friendships as when I was younger.

And everyone has their own, busy life to lead. I miss having a group of girlfriends! It can be quite lonely. It is difficult these days to make male friends.

Most men I know make their wives the center of their world. Hanging out with friends is hardly purposeful, the way life with a wife is.

My feedback Evan, because well, you asked. All relationships including your friendships with your guy friends need nurturing. Relationships only dwindle if you let them.

Question: Would you let your relationship with your wife become like your high school or college buddies? Do you not make every effort to maintain the communication, closeness, bond and physical contact with your immediate family?

Do you allow circumstances or situations to drive your partnership? Clearly not. I know the story of you and your wife. We choose who we spend our time with and the connections we wish to nurture.

Loneliness as they say is a state of mind. The same way that you would coach a single, strong, successful woman into taking the actions to manifest her MAN.

Her Guy. Is truly what you need to do when it comes to finding your BFF. We recently connected by phone after many years of likes and the odd comment here and there on Facebook and I truly enjoyed the conversation.

In fact. I would welcome a call from you every month. Every week if you wanted to. I like you. I always have. Now, if someone like ME is open to having and developing that kind of relationship with you, I would imagine there are others.

Make it your mission. A new girl crew or their next BFF. Why not stop and actually get to know one of them? Make the extra effort to pay attention and then create the relationship.

As you know Evan, it takes two to tango and someone usually takes the lead. Perhaps you seek friendships where your BFF pursues you.

Calls you. Maintains the contact. Rather than putting that responsibility and obligation on you. My situation is very different. You give so much of yourself to your craft, your passion and GIFT for writing, your love for your wife and family, that your relationship to your already very few guy friends has taken the hit.

I believe you can have exactly the kind of relationship you occasionally crave with a dude whenever you choose it. Men bonds are inherently different from that of women.

One good example of this is the huge gap between discussions of intimacy or sexual practices. Many exchanges between women, overheard or quoted by a then partner, reach appalling levels of detail.

Getting together to watch a game serves a purpose, but a very limited one. The exchange is innocuous, has little depth or detail, and merely addresses a need for presence.

A veneer of togetherness. Ever heard the saying that true friends can pick up and catch up no matter how much time has elapsed since their last contact?

This can be largely true, but may remain exceedingly superficial. In men, as in women, different personalities define limitations.

Soul-baring is not for everyone. Intellectual analysis is the realm of a few. Go back to The Big Chill. The movie reveals how people used to relate.

The crux of the friendship nucleus may still be there. Shared events, history, views, training, and fondness, or a kind of love.

You feel they went off in the wrong direction or got derailed. A very personal take, often missing MUCH detail.

Tried to do something, and failed? My be held against you. May be just as bad. Achieving neither more nor less than your former peers?

That may please everyone. Thousands of similarly qualified people may get dumped on the sidewalk simultaneously, and other corporations also downsize.

I have the advantage of being multicultural. This is largely reflected in most anglo-saxon spots. Efforts to maintain contact do little to alleviate the problem.

With progressive Americanization, this aspect has taken a serious hit. This aspect also means that we seem to recommend being a fair-weather friend.

Repeated contacts that feel unidirectional? Or never echoed? We do account for differences. One friend will never call.

We get together for lunch, the exchange is very open. There ARE generational differences. Keep in mind that we hear, see, feel, and adequately perceive that people really are more isolated than ever before as they disappear in their chosen virtual reality.

There are reasons. This has been the age group disparity. I have loved. Taken your advice heart and soul.

Much of your advice is for younger years. My peer group of men? If they are monied in any way? At 60? Think they deserve a woman of forty.

I am finding the old axiom of nurse or a purse to be prevalent. It would wreck me. As would disappointment. So I just have stopped dating this last year.

Meetup groups changed my life! This organization is in every city and has every activity you want! So start one! Join one!

Participate in one or more…. Meetup groups are better for people who are extroverts. Extroverts need to socialize. I personally know four men in my world…oops…make that five who are lonely.

They are all individual, different backgrounds, good men but are lonely. ALL of them feel the pressure to succeed with work.

All of them liked being with a female but four out of five are single. I know loneliness myself so I try to be supportive.

I wish they could see it. I then realized he suffers from depression and either refuses or is incapable of doing anything to recover. I tried to help, tried to be supportive and loving, but nothing I did was good enough.

He finally sent me divorce papers last week. I totally have seen this and agree that we should reach out to our single male friends. I think I understand why; it seems to be exhausting for them to create strong bonds with women that they know might pull away a little once the woman finds love.

But it still hurts me when they pull away. All of this to say, the article says to text or reach out to our male friends because chances are no one else has recently, but my question is how do we show friendship and love without a male friend later pulling away?

Now I know this is just case specific and I have tons of male friends that are there no matter what, but there seems to be a threshold regarding the closeness of our friendship.

Thanks for your advice and response in advance! Seems like present-day men could use an updated version of that.

They were sued for not allowing women. Well, that is the point; to have men only. Men are different when women are not around. That is what happened with that.

I have no doubt that there are many lonely women out there, as there are many lonely men. Yet notwithstanding that, I do believe this to be a gendered issue — not so much as to loneliness itself, but rather the reasons WHY a given individual is lonely.

I know many lonely women. Women who never married, whose old friends all married and with whom they now have little in common.

Women whose lifestyle diverged from that of their old friends and lost the friendships. I know many lonely men. Men who lost contact with their old friends, who got busy with their families and jobs, who invested all their emotional capital into their wives and subsequently divorced.

I personally fit into this category, though like Evan, my life is full with my wife, kids, and the broad social network that my wife provides.

But if I were to lose that, I would be very lonely indeed. And not just sexy, intimate touches. I'm talking mundane, everyday, almost-no thought-put-into-them touches.

For as much as I value and need alone time, nothing is more isolating than realizing no one has touched you in over a month.

I don't want to be a jealous person. I don't like being a jealous person. But when the loneliness is overwhelming and all-consuming, I can't help it.

I can't help but be jealous of the fact that other people have someone to come home to — that they have the occasional unthinking brush of hands and take so much for granted.

It's not something you know until you've experienced it, and it's hard to describe. But it actually hurts to be lonely.

It's an ache in your chest, a heaviness that you can't shake, a longing that only the touch of another person can soothe.

No matter how much I like my friends' significant other and really, they're great! Just me. This one is hard. I have an outstandingly good group of friends and family, but as much as I want them to be and as much they wish they could be , they aren't enough.

I've tried really hard to make them enough, but it's like forcing a puzzle piece into a spot it doesn't belong. You can push and push and push, but it's never going to quite sit right.

Or maybe it just seems that way when you're not. But from my point of view, everywhere I look, I see couples. Even events are geared towards couples.

Have you ever tried cooking for one? It's not pretty. Stop telling me how you'd love to have some peace and quiet, or a night where no one touches you.

Because that's not what I'm talking about. There is a profound, bone-deep difference between "alone time" and being lonely.

Comparing the two or romanticizing something I consider painful undermines my feelings and makes me hate you a tiny bit.

Plenty of folks choose to be single. Nobody chooses to be lonely. That's part of the problem.

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I have several women friends and I socialize at meetups too. I like my alone time, too. I have known both men and women who use meetups just to meet a partner and disappear completely once they do.

Some people are not just not interested in investing in new friendships. I have a few friends that I made in the first half of my career and a group of childhood friends, but I have not made more than acquaintances since I married.

I am cool with it because I am not a social animal. I do not need to be entertained in the company of others. I can spend long periods of time by myself and not be bored.

Different strokes, I guess. You mentioned meetups being for extroverts. I am an introvert and not super social but I do like to have one fun thing planned per weekend.

To be honest, a man having no friends or not having any interest in friends would be a red flag for me. To be completely honest, I could take or leave a relationship as well.

I have friends. I just do not hang out with them very often, as I prefer my own company. That is really refreshing after spending the better part of two decades of my life with a woman.

Men are very different than women when it comes to friendships. I simply said a man not having friends would be a red flag for me. Other people may feel differently.

Hey Evan. A teen-age step daughter heading off to college. There must be hundreds of thousands of men in the same position.

It is a cause for concern, Evan. From this article and public campaigns in New Zealand, it seems that awareness is spreading of these issues.

Therefore it also seems that there is no impediment for that awareness to increase and a social movement to change this for the better can gain ground.

It will take bravery and effort for those willing to apply it. It can take as little as one gutsy person admitting that they are living with mental illness to start a domino effect of awareness, compassion and acceptance.

So something like this column, if forwarded onto our male friends and relatives, could have that same effect. This was a person who was trained to identify ways to kill human beings in Vietnam but could not acknowledge his own feelings of loss or navigate the world of friendship.

However the tools that younger generations possess lead me to be optimistic that transformative change can be made.

Airlines instruct parents to put on their own oxygen masks before placing masks on their small children. When my wife lost her mother to cancer long before we met , she was very concerned that she might lose her father next.

Similarly, when she lost her favorite aunt to cancer, she feared she would lose her uncle as well. In both cases, she encouraged them to get out, date and remarry.

I have the most compassion for widows and widowers who are not only dealing with newfound loneliness, but serious grief.

That combination can be deadly. I have a rich and full social life. I just miss my oldest and closest friends from high school and college.

On a societal level, men without the social life I have could certainly benefit from your recommendations. He was fortunate in that he and my mom had lived in the same area most of their lives, so it made it much easier to get together several times a week and doing so brought him a lot of joy.

Several years ago when my father passed, it was that group of men that told me stories about my dad that I had never known. Really cool stories that I will always cherish.

Friendship is a wonderful gift. Evan, have you told them how you feel? Your friends may feel the same way but are being too stoic or busy to say it.

I agree. You almost have to put the same amount of energy into a social life that you do dating if in fact a social life is what you want.

I grew up in another state, and met my partner soon afterwards. Never made the same types of friendships as when I was younger.

And everyone has their own, busy life to lead. I miss having a group of girlfriends! It can be quite lonely. It is difficult these days to make male friends.

Most men I know make their wives the center of their world. Hanging out with friends is hardly purposeful, the way life with a wife is.

My feedback Evan, because well, you asked. All relationships including your friendships with your guy friends need nurturing. Relationships only dwindle if you let them.

Question: Would you let your relationship with your wife become like your high school or college buddies? Do you not make every effort to maintain the communication, closeness, bond and physical contact with your immediate family?

Do you allow circumstances or situations to drive your partnership? Clearly not. I know the story of you and your wife.

We choose who we spend our time with and the connections we wish to nurture. Loneliness as they say is a state of mind. The same way that you would coach a single, strong, successful woman into taking the actions to manifest her MAN.

Her Guy. Is truly what you need to do when it comes to finding your BFF. We recently connected by phone after many years of likes and the odd comment here and there on Facebook and I truly enjoyed the conversation.

In fact. I would welcome a call from you every month. Every week if you wanted to. I like you. I always have. Now, if someone like ME is open to having and developing that kind of relationship with you, I would imagine there are others.

Make it your mission. A new girl crew or their next BFF. Why not stop and actually get to know one of them? Make the extra effort to pay attention and then create the relationship.

As you know Evan, it takes two to tango and someone usually takes the lead. Perhaps you seek friendships where your BFF pursues you. Calls you.

Maintains the contact. Rather than putting that responsibility and obligation on you. My situation is very different. You give so much of yourself to your craft, your passion and GIFT for writing, your love for your wife and family, that your relationship to your already very few guy friends has taken the hit.

I believe you can have exactly the kind of relationship you occasionally crave with a dude whenever you choose it. Men bonds are inherently different from that of women.

One good example of this is the huge gap between discussions of intimacy or sexual practices. Many exchanges between women, overheard or quoted by a then partner, reach appalling levels of detail.

Getting together to watch a game serves a purpose, but a very limited one. The exchange is innocuous, has little depth or detail, and merely addresses a need for presence.

A veneer of togetherness. Ever heard the saying that true friends can pick up and catch up no matter how much time has elapsed since their last contact?

This can be largely true, but may remain exceedingly superficial. In men, as in women, different personalities define limitations.

Soul-baring is not for everyone. Intellectual analysis is the realm of a few. Go back to The Big Chill. The movie reveals how people used to relate.

The crux of the friendship nucleus may still be there. Shared events, history, views, training, and fondness, or a kind of love. You feel they went off in the wrong direction or got derailed.

A very personal take, often missing MUCH detail. Tried to do something, and failed? My be held against you.

May be just as bad. Achieving neither more nor less than your former peers? That may please everyone.

Thousands of similarly qualified people may get dumped on the sidewalk simultaneously, and other corporations also downsize.

I have the advantage of being multicultural. This is largely reflected in most anglo-saxon spots. Efforts to maintain contact do little to alleviate the problem.

With progressive Americanization, this aspect has taken a serious hit. This aspect also means that we seem to recommend being a fair-weather friend.

Repeated contacts that feel unidirectional? Or never echoed? We do account for differences. One friend will never call.

We get together for lunch, the exchange is very open. There ARE generational differences. Keep in mind that we hear, see, feel, and adequately perceive that people really are more isolated than ever before as they disappear in their chosen virtual reality.

There are reasons. This has been the age group disparity. I have loved. Taken your advice heart and soul.

Much of your advice is for younger years. My peer group of men? If they are monied in any way? At 60? Think they deserve a woman of forty.

I am finding the old axiom of nurse or a purse to be prevalent. It would wreck me. As would disappointment. So I just have stopped dating this last year.

Meetup groups changed my life! This organization is in every city and has every activity you want! So start one!

Join one! Participate in one or more…. Meetup groups are better for people who are extroverts. Extroverts need to socialize. I personally know four men in my world…oops…make that five who are lonely.

They are all individual, different backgrounds, good men but are lonely. ALL of them feel the pressure to succeed with work. All of them liked being with a female but four out of five are single.

I know loneliness myself so I try to be supportive. I wish they could see it. I then realized he suffers from depression and either refuses or is incapable of doing anything to recover.

I tried to help, tried to be supportive and loving, but nothing I did was good enough. So you need to find the good parts of this time in your life, and you will come out on the other side.

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