I believe that a comfort zone is a place we choose to be when we resist the challenging opportunities life offers to our person. It may feel like a strain physically, emotionally, mentally or spiritually; the comfort zone is where we turn to when we don’t feel the strength or courage to face that strain. I believe that a safety zone is a choice that needs to be made based upon the knowledge of our abilities. When one is not able to walk on their own; it would be safer for them to stay home rather than to attempt to walk out the door. Awareness and belief in your own abilities will determine whether your place of amenity has been a comfort or safety zone.
Feel free to challenge your person and believe in what you can do; every new challenge will bring forth a great discovery for you.