Greg Griffin Christian Counseling

Greg Griffin Christian Counseling

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  • how to be the affair that never happened

    Who is the most likely candidate to become involved in an affair? I invite you to check out my latest blog entry for Marriage.com entitled “Three Be’s to Avoid Infidelity”. You might be surprised. There in the counseling session, Kim’s emotions ricocheted from hot anger to numb stupor to intense heartache as she poured out her

Greg Griffin Christian Counseling

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Generated 1 month ago

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  • 5 points to consider before you file for divorce in January

    *If you are in a dangerous or abusive relationship, this post does not apply to you. Please seek professional support and help NOW. —————- I bet you’ve figured out already that this is not the warm fuzzy holiday blog post. There are lots of wonderful heart-warming stories and experiences shared this time of year. Cultures

  • six battle tactics to beat the holiday blues

    As the calendar turned to November, Sue could feel the tension in her body rising, and her throat began to tighten. Looking at the calendar with its upcoming “command performance appearances” at her parents’ line up of holiday parties, her husband Jeff’s annual Thanksgiving blowout (or was it blow up?) family get together at the

  • squashing the three lies that suck hope out of your relationship

    As Jeff turned his car into the neighborhood after another long dreary, commute, his already tense neck and shoulders drew even tighter as he envisioned walking in the door and having to deal with his wife, Sandy. “It will be another long night of hearing her litany of criticisms, all the things I’m not doing

Greg Griffin Christian Counseling

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Generated 6 months ago

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  • relational rut busters

    “I don’t know if I have anything left.” She wiped away the tears rolling down her cheek. “Whenever I think about how we used to be, I’m sad because I just don’t know if we can get back there again. I’m running out of hope, and that scares me. I think about the good times we used to have together as a couple, and it The post relational rut busters appeared first on Greg Griffin Christian Counseling...

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