The advice that I would give to someone who is apprehensive about carrying a firearm in condition one is this:
If you are new to concealed carry and are concerned about carrying in condition one, take your time by wearing your holstered, loaded firearm around the house. Get used to how it feels, how it impacts wardrobe choices and how your range of movement might be affected (sit, stand, reach, bend, etc.)
At the end of the day, reflect on your experience with carrying your firearm and consciously remember that your firearm didn’t fire a round (hopefully! YIKES) while resting in a secure holster and without you purposefully pressing the trigger.
Many new concealed carriers (like me 20+ years ago) actually think that everyone in public knows that they are carrying a firearm. They are self conscious and constantly worry about guns “going off”.
The truth is this: If you do not carry a round in the chamber, when an attack occurs, you have a lesser chance of returning fire in time than you would if you were in condition one.