So many of us think of clean as synonymous with sober. However, clean is a word I use often in my practice with clients as a way of describing integrity. When we are living in a way that is not clean, we experience a loss of our own vitality and energy. Becoming overly responsible for other people's decisions, not communicating directly, having a lack of boundaries or too rigid of boundaries, and other missteps can lead to living lives that are not clean. Clean relationships are honest, boundaried, intentional, and stable.
Living clean is something available to everyone. It is learning how to handle conflict, create healthy relationships, and operate in a way that is healthiest for you and those around you. It is learning to mean yes when you say yes and no when you mean no. Living clean helps you be accountable for your own decisions and helps you take your own power back in your life.
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