Why Change is Uncomfortable

April 4th, 2019

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Today I’m going to talk to you a little bit about why change is uncomfortable.

In order to illustrate why it’s uncomfortable, I’m gonna ask you to do one physical exercise three times: Hands apart, grab your hands.

Did you put your thumb in the same position every single time? There’s a very good chance that you did. You didn’t switch. If you’re right-handed you put the right thumb on the top, and if you’re left-handed you put the left thumb on the top.

Whatever you did, now try doing opposite. Feels really weird right? That’s why change is hard. It’s because it’s uncomfortable and unnatural.

We naturally do the same things over and over, because we feel comfortable and that’s our habit pattern. In order to make a change, you have to be willing to be uncomfortable, until it becomes comfortable.

Jasmin Terrany, LMHC

Jasmin Terrany, LMHC has a Skype based private practice empowering women who appear to have it yet still feel unsatisfied on some level. She helps women access their ultimate potential and take their lives to the next level in every realm. Jasmin is a Columbia University graduate and licensed psychotherapist who invented Life Therapy, the combination of psychotherapy & coaching with mindfulness & meditation.