3 questions to answer on the myth of comfort zone

Cliché, not cliché, comfort zone does exist. Comfort zone is what feels reassuringly and pleasantly secure without actually making a move.

The NYC Journal by Virag Gulyas

Cliché, not cliché, comfort zone does exist. Comfort zone is what feels reassuringly and pleasantly secure without actually making a move.

This comfort zone is a restricted area that gets tighter and more stringent with age. So imagine a lax balloon that with the pumped air gets bigger and bigger, tighter and tighter and…until a point when it can’t hold enough and simply explodes. Yeah, I think this is called boredom.

As a kid the conglomeration or the percentage of in/out comfort zone is absolutely reverse. Perhaps the only form of comfort zone is the love of mother (let’s hope this is the case). What is more, as a kid, security is a dangerous game. As dangerous as the Loch Ness Monster of Scotland…(I found that very scary as a kid).

So what is this comfort zone misery of adulthood?!

And if that exist why is…

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