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Is Your Comfort Zone a ‘Dis’comfort zone: why choosing what feels wrong (instead) might be right

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It (~ what you’re considering) ‘seems’ like the thing to do, right?

…I’ll let the doctors handle it – they know best.
…I’m getting bored of this relationship – I think I’ll ease my way out.
…I’ll buy those chips – it’s not like I can’t afford the two bucks.
…I refuse to accept this – it’s not like there’s an alternative (…?)

But what if the truth of the matter is that ‘what feels right’ is just what’s familiar? (And what if what’s familiar isn’t actually doing you any favours?)

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