Hey guys, it’s me Iain Myles here from KamaTV, and I’m back on your screens with yet another street interview today!.. It’s going to be great fun! Okay so today, I’m going to turn the tables a bit on our ladies, as I’m going to be asking them and exploring how girls behave when they’re in the company of others and in the company of other men too.
So today’s topic is really going to center on whether girls are attention seekers. Now, I’ve always been a strong believer that men and women are actually very similar, much more similar than we could’ve thought. Neither should put the other on any sort of pedestal. We both have similar needs and desires. However, and a BIG however…
I think that women and men are actually very different in the sense that women have historically been brought or have evolved in an environment that has forced them to seek more attention versus say men. Now look, I’m not saying that women are constantly seeking attention in everything they do, of course not! However there is definitely a contrast in the male- female psychology, there is a difference, I don’t think that can be denied.
And I’ve been in more situations when girls are attention seeking than with my guys mates. So anyway, I won’t rant any more… let’s head out and find how our ladies of the general public will respond to this one, so stay tuned!
Iain Myles is an executive dating coach of Kamalifestyles. He specializes in coaching men who have been looking for dating success and chronically unlucky with women. He publishes regular infield dating videos and social experiments in KamaTV.
He’s highly experienced in live training of our clients on streets, coffee shops, in bars and clubs. Iain teaches the core principles of the approach that every guy needs to know to become successful in dating including confidence, conversational skills, connection and mind sets.
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Iain Myles is an internationally recognised dating coach and co-owner of the UK’s largest dating coaching company, Kamalifestyles. Iain is also an internet sensation thanks to the multiple viral videos posted through the YouTube channel KamaTV, which has grossed over 100 million views.
Iain has appeared in numerous newspaper columns and radio shows across the world. He is a regular contributor to BBC Radio in the UK.