I carried the Sig P938 for over a year. Everything else I owned other than my 1911 was decocker. For a few days I worried about carrying cocked and locked. Besides a different manual of arms, I was afraid of having it in my pocket as such. Someone gave me a great piece of advice: we're intelligent beings who are capable of learning different things. We do it all the time. Get a good holster that covers the trigger (I used a Remora) and practice as you would with any other firearm. It got incredibly easy, to the point where I didn't feel right if I didn't have it with me. Find whichever one you like the best and learn it. You'll be more than fine, is my guess.
Sent from my Mate 9. Sorry if I missed any misspellings.