Greg Griffin Christian Counseling

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  • With the New Year comes the opportunity to think about making some changes. We all know how this works. We mean well, we really do. By golly, we’re serious this time! But by February we have forgotten what changes we were going to make, much less have made any progress on changing. It all comes down to ... Read moreThe post two words to change your 2018 appeared first on Greg Griffin Christian Cou...

Greg Griffin Christian Counseling
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  • *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 ... Read moreThe post five points to consider before you file for divorce in...

Greg Griffin Christian Counseling
Greg Griffin Christian Counseling
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  • Do you feel like life is out of control and overwhelming? We’ve all been there at some point. It’s easy to slide there, and get stuck there. Little things don’t seem little anymore- every little thing is a big thing! So, what to do? How do you battle back? Here’s the solution that can positively ... Read more The post the solution for overwhelm appeared first on Greg Griffin Christian Counseling.

Greg Griffin Christian Counseling
Greg Griffin Christian Counseling
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  • Who doesn’t want a better love life? Usually, we think sexy stuff will do the trick. Hey, you may have even been surfing the web for such sexy tips and ideas for a better love life when you stumbled on this blog. Good news! I have two free ideas that will make a huge positive ... Read more The post how to improve your opposite sex’s love life appeared first on Greg Griffin Christian Counseling.

Greg Griffin Christian Counseling
Greg Griffin Christian Counseling
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  • In relationships, we understand that opposites attract. We think, “Hey, you’re intriguing and interesting to me.” Then after we get to know each other, and have been together for a year or two- or get married- those opposites can attack! What was cute when we were dating may become caustic if we’re not careful. There ... Read more The post six relational friction reducers appeared first on Greg Gr...

Greg Griffin Christian Counseling
Greg Griffin Christian Counseling
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  • *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 ... Read more The post before you file for divorce in January appeared first...

Greg Griffin Christian Counseling
Greg Griffin Christian Counseling
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  • 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 ... Read more The post three truths to help heal your hurting relationship appeared first...

Greg Griffin Christian Counseling
Greg Griffin Christian Counseling
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  • (This is the introduction to my book, Dungeon Times Survival Guide. It’s available on Amazon and Kindle.) Life doesn’t go according to plan. It’s just no fun when things don’t work out the way you want them to, is it? All of us have experienced disappointment when what we had envisioned or hoped for didn’t ... Read more

Greg Griffin Christian Counseling
Greg Griffin Christian Counseling
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  • While we celebrate our nation’s freedom this week, many among us are feeling anything but free. More people than you can imagine feel as though they are imprisoned- by a guilt they cannot escape. The Guilt Prison is full of good people who look great and talk a great game, and are anything but great. ... Read more

Greg Griffin Christian Counseling
Greg Griffin Christian Counseling
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  • Remember that old singsong saying about sticks and stones breaking bones? Yeah, I don’t buy it. I think it’s an outright lie. Words hurt. Often. They even hurt others when we weren’t trying. So class, today’s word is one of those “lazy” words we may say often without giving it a thought. It’s just one

Greg Griffin Christian Counseling
Greg Griffin Christian Counseling
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  • Zach, Tim and Russ sat sharing a pitcher of beer and unwinding after a long work week, casually surfing the various screens surrounding them in their favorite sports bar. Tim spotted their co-worker Jack making his way over to them, and he rolled his eyes and moaned, “Here he comes.” Zach and Russ knew who

Greg Griffin Christian Counseling
Greg Griffin Christian Counseling
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  • If you’re like me (and I know I am), when I think of spring cleaning, I think of buckets, scrub brushes, rags, mops and the like. I also think of emptying closets and pitching clutter. However, we don’t usually say to a family member, “Look what I found in the back of my closet- a

Greg Griffin Christian Counseling
Greg Griffin Christian Counseling
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  • 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

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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
Greg Griffin Christian Counseling
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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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