Expanding Your Comfort Zone: Lessons From A Year Of Adversity

After debilitating anxiety and panic attacks began to inhibit his daily life, Ben Aldridge decided to do something about it. He began to tackle his mental health issues in a creative way, by embarking upon a Year of Adversity and completing weird and wonderful challenges, many of which are documented in his book, How to Be Comfortable with Being Uncomfortable: 43 Weird & Wonderful Ways to Build a Strong Resilient Mindset.

The challenges ranged from feats of mental strength including learning how to solve a Rubiks cube, memorise an entire deck of cards and voluntarily sitting in traffic jams, to physical and endurance tests including cold exposure, climbing mountains,

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