What does this mean “living in a bubble?” The idea brings such negative connotations to mind that I become claustrophobic just thinking about it. Excuse me while I step outside to get some fresh air. Pop!
Now that I’m back, I will bravely engage in this conversation. So, what is this bubble? For me, “living inside a bubble” has always meant confinement and limitation. The bubble is a constraint created by the self or by others. I have no love for shackles of any kind – even in a pretty bubble form.
“Nobody puts Baby in a corner.” Where is Patrick Swayze when you need him?
In my mind, the bubble creates a homogeneous lifestyle with no challenges or excitement. Each day is the same. There is a cap on what you can do and where you can go. I’m getting a rash just thinking about the very idea. Continue reading