Being “on the bubble” is about how much value you add to the situation, the resolution, or the conflict before the bubble bursts, all over you and all over the other party.
Being “on the bubble” is about being in a place where you are neither advancing nor retreating, merely existing in the space that you’re in right now, regardless of status.
Being “on the bubble” is about not understanding the nature of the situation that you’re in, the nature of the other parties and their perspectives, and the nature of you—and what your deeper needs really are.
Being “on the bubble” does not always feel great, because it’s a spot full of trepidation and fear.
Being “on the bubble” sometimes is the only resolution we get with other people.
Being “on the bubble” might be the only place to be.