MTFU - you get used to it .. but being a bit more helpful ..
I started on dailies .. now on monthly Torics work great.
I remember the optician insisted on trying to put them in form me first time round .. I told him not to bother after a few goes, I just didn't have the trust in the amount of force he was using
Start by washing you hands well, and just pull the bottom (lid/bags?) of your eye down, staring ahead and getting used to touching the edge of the white part .. get used to that.
1st day took 20 minutes, 2nd day 5 minutes, next day 45 seconds, now they're both in in about 20 seconds.
People tell you to just put them on the edge of your eye and 'blink' them into place. After 10 years this still doesn't work for me. They usually just fold.
I pull the bottom of my eye down, rinse and wet the lense well with solution, then put the lense on underneath the iris, mainly over the white. Then I grabe my eyelid by the lashes, and lift it out, down and over the lense, then 'blink' while closed (if that makes sense) this gets the lense into place.
If it's sticky/irritating then give it a few minutes if you can while your eyes build up a bit of mucus, then just move the lense left/right/up/down a mm or so or look up, blink, down, blink, left, blink, right, blink. If it's still sticky maybe it's inside out, or put a bit more solution on it just to rinse off any specs (no pun intended) of dirt
In short your eyes have to get used to it over time, get used to creating mucus. I'm at the stage now where I don't feel awake till my
eyeslenses are in.
EDIT . they get uncomfortable when you're tired, dehydrated near the end of the day. your resistance to this builds up.