Outside your comfort zone meaning you aren't completely sure about some or you feel a bit uncomfortable or shy.
Do you try to do things outside of your comfort zone? Cause you want to overcome your fears? Become more confident in something?
Most Helpful Girl
Yes, I'm usually really good at going out of my comfort zone, BUT only the first time. For example, I went to a trampoline place with sick obstacle courses. There was a rock climbing wall that was tall and also pretty wide. Under was a net filled with foam blocks. The first time I went, I shimmed across a padded ledge, dogged the foam punching bags that hung from the ceiling, and hoisted myself up the wall and started to climb horizontally. I made it one move away from the bell, which was good considering it was my first time. The next time we went I was so scared my hands and feet got sweaty, and I couldn't do it. When I finally got the courage to, I still couldn't, I couldn't even get up the wall to the starting position.
In good news, I tried to jump across those balls like on Wipe Out, I made it on it (didn't fly off) but my shirt flew up and my modesty was more important than making it across.0
Most Helpful Guy
Sure, I do, more so because you never know when something will become a necessity or critical to know or do. Sometimes one has to do things one does not want to do (or it would be best for one to do such things); it is a fact of existence. Things happen and dead animals would just move themselves! (Game wardens and government officials aren't there on weekends.) Obviously, the ultimate comfort zone is probably living; death is a place many fear to think about or tread.0