Are You Ready To Get Uncomfortable Yet?


After sending out my Get Comfortable In Your Own Skin home study program last week, I received a lot of different questions about the program and how people could benefit from it.

What I learned is that we are sometimes scared to be uncomfortable. The program focuses on getting comfortable in your own skin, but sometimes trusting that a new process or even outlook in life will work make us a little uncomfortable.

It feels counter intuitive when I say it, but it’s absolutely a hundred percent true. In order to get comfortable in our own skin we actually have to allow ourselves to be uncomfortable. Uncomfortable enough to look at our thoughts and the outcomes they are creating, uncomfortable enough to modify some of our behaviors, uncomfortable enough to create boundaries where necessary. Sometimes the getting uncomfortable part is scariest part in making way for growth in our lives.

Since I know firsthand how important support is in personal growth and overall mental well-being, I wanted to offer a complementary call to you where I can talk to you about the get comfortable in your own skin home study program and answer any questions you might have. We can also use some of this time to talk about areas in your life where you may be avoiding being uncomfortable and how to target what is behind this so you can move forward.

If you’re interested in setting up a free 20 minute complementary call with me, please click here to email me so we can set up an appointment.

I’d also love it if you would go over to my blog and share a way that you have stepped into what is uncomfortable and allowed yourself to experience it. Feel free to share any shifts you felt during that process.

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