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Comfort Zones: Their purpose and when to let them go

This month on Libero we are talking about comfort zones! I decided to make this video on what I believe the purpose of comfort zones are and when it's time to move on and let them go.

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This month on Libero we are talking about comfort zones! I decided to make this video on what I believe the purpose of comfort zones are and when it’s time to move on and let them go.

For me in general, I have always been a big believer in living life outside of your comfort zone–pushing yourself and taking risks. However, I have recently learned there is always a time and a place to set yourself boundaries and stay within your comfort zone–ESPECIALLY if you are struggling with a mental illness.

If you want to know how I figure out when I need to stick to a comfort zone and when I need to leave… watch the video!

watch: http://youtu.be/v9w5MgEgCFU


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