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The Comfort Zone describes a state in which people are at ease with their situation or environment. Being in one's comfort zone makes them feel in control.
Getting Out of Your Comfort Zone, on the other hand, is a concept that can make a lot of kids and teens uncomfortable. However, it serves as a healthy challenge that allows them to explore new skills and talents — and attract new opportunities — which they didn't think were possible!
If you are a parent, teacher, counselor, or mental health professional who would like to help a child or teenager develop flexibility, resilience, and confidence, consider this worksheet as an excellent tool.
On this worksheet, they'll find an inner circle and outer circle where they can write down the things they feel comfortable doing and things that push them outside their comfort zone. It also provides them with a list of healthy challenges to take on, such as trying a new hobby and volunteering.