This past week has been one of those lesson-learning not-so-comfortable weeks
You know… the kind of week that pretty much changes
Not only was my oldest son was a way at summer camp, several states away from me, for a whole week, but I also could not communicate with him to make sure that he was
As I’ve mentioned before, my son has Autism, so I really had to surrender and have faith that he would be able to deal all of the things that were so far outside of his comfort zone (and mine!), like not knowing what was going to be served for meals, sleeping in a tent during the thunderstorms that came through at night, and facing his fear of spiders and
When I saw my son step out of the bus on Saturday night, it took everything in the world for me not to lose it! I felt so much joy and relief! He was in one piece, smiling, looked like he’d matured 5 years, and all he wanted to do was hug
Yes, there were “horror stories” of spiders and bugs and rain and mud, but, overall, he had a good time, he asked for peanut butter and jelly sandwiches when he didn’t like the food being served, tried to keep the bugs away from him with repellent, and he said he was so tired he slept through the
As uncomfortable and unfamiliar as it all felt for him, he got through it (and so did
What this week taught me is that, even though things may be scary and uncomfortable – and way out of your comfort zone – it’s only when you step outside of our comfort zone that you can
Think about it.
The results that you have today are the results you’ve been able to produce from inside of your comfort zone.
The relationships you’ve had (or not had) the experiences you’ve created, and the current state of your love life were all produced inside of your comfort zone.
The comfort zone keeps you feeling “safe.” It has you make predictable choices. It doesn’t ask you to risk too much, because that would feel uncomfortable.
The truth is, however that the results you really want can’t be produced inside of your comfort zone.
If you want to change your current situation, you’re going to have to be willing to step beyond what feels safe and comfortable and take a risk.
You’re going to have to be willing to let go of the familiar patterns and behaviors that have been keeping you stuck and feeling hopeless and alone.
You’re going to need to make a change.
And, yes, it’s going to feel scary.
And, no, there are no guarantees.
On the other hand, the only guarantee inside of your comfort zone is that you’ll continue making the same choices, getting the same results, and having the same painful experiences you’ve been having.
Imagine for a second what you’d be able to do if you stepped outside of your comfort?
What would be possible for you?
If you’re really ready to step outside of your comfort zone, but you’re not sure how, go ahead and click on the link below to set up a time to talk. I’ve got just a few spots available for next week, so make sure you click below and schedule time now!
On this call I promise to help you create a plan for stepping outside of this comfort zone so that you can begin to move past whatever has been stopping you in having the kind of loving relationship you want!
No more “being comfortable,” but not getting what you want.
No more pretending you’re okay with the status quo when you know you want more!
It’s time to step outside your comfort zone and get the love you want!
No matter where you are right now, if it’s not where you want to be in terms of being in the loving relationship your heart desires, then I’m going to encourage you to take a step outside of your comfort zone, and click on the link below!