No, think about it, you say "I am sorry for sinning" and love God and in turn get eternal life! Asking too much would be "go capture a flying pig, ride him to afgahanistan and stone the believers of islam." God bless you!
You're selling an empty product. If you have no problem prostrating yourself before contrived deities for the demeaning concept that you are a sinful wretch in need of saving, no its likely not too much trouble. If you are insightful enough to see the great con job that all religions are, it's a laughable exercise in futility.
The problem is, people don't want to repent. "And the judgment is based on this fact: God's light came into the world, but people loved the darkness more than the light, for their actions were evil." John 3:19
Very easy, in fact most people already qualify, as most people feel terrible about the terrible things they do. The problem is when you want me to involve your imaginary god. How do I know if I repent to your god the real god won't punish me? Do you have any proof your god, is any better than any other religions gods? Why not repent to Zeus?
No. Why should it be too much? After what God/Christ did for us is anything too much? As weak, flawed humans of course we'd like to do anything we want, never be held to any standard of responsibility and personal accountabilty and still be rewarded. But like any good parent God does hold us up to a strong standard of personal accountability and responsibility. Like any good parent He has standards and rules and boundaries and consequences for violationg the rules and not stepping up to the responsibilities. And the ultimate responsibility isnt as hard as you and others make it out to be. Salvation is very easy, its self-centered humanity who makes it hard, not God.
Lets see, I'm suppose to repent to something that is unknown (even though christian say they know their God) because he has not shown himself in over 2000 years. And I'm suppose to waste my life and time prostrating myself to this invisible friend for a "Chance" that he exists and may or may not give me the gift of heavenly life, but I truly will not know until I meet him after I die?
I guess I'll live my life as a good person and take my chances as an atheist.
I often repent. For wrongs that I have done others. I don't expect or want eternal life in return. God can spare me His salvation. If He wants a relationship with me, He'll have some repenting of His own to do first.