Comfort Zone

I designed this sign after hearing Hal Urban mention having something similar; it's posted in my office. It makes for a great discussion starter as kids frequently inquire as to why I have a No-Parking sign on my wall. People see counselors for comfort and support, but they cannot stay there for long. Once empowered with their new-found skills, clients must head out into the world, spread their wings, and give flight another try. They shouldn't ever need to park for very long. It's a bit abstract and kind of metaphorical, I know, but I like the mystery and intrigue of a No-Parking Comfort Zone. 

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