April Moseley

April Moseley

April is a Marriage and Family Therapist with a background in youth and campus ministry. She’s an avid reader, an occasional baker, and a lover of words and people. She enjoys continuously learning and sharing on emotional health, spiritual growth, and safe places to land. April lives in Nashville with her husband Josh and their son Jude.
April Moseley

Because of the way our boys are made, there are specific things they need from us as parents that looks a little different than girls and their needs. This is especially important to note when big transitions and life’s emotional earthquakes hit – and for a little boy, separation and divorce certainly register on the […]

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April Moseley

April Moseley

April is a Marriage and Family Therapist with a background in youth and campus ministry. She’s an avid reader, an occasional baker, and a lover of words and people. She enjoys continuously learning and sharing on emotional health, spiritual growth, and safe places to land. April lives in Nashville with her husband Josh and their son Jude.
April Moseley

Sometimes our child’s words are telling us one thing and their voices another. It’s hard to know what to believe but never more important than when you are worried about them and their adjustment post divorce, it seems.   “I’m fine.”   “It’s fine, really.”   “You know, maybe I’ll change my mind, but today […]

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April Moseley

April Moseley

April is a Marriage and Family Therapist with a background in youth and campus ministry. She’s an avid reader, an occasional baker, and a lover of words and people. She enjoys continuously learning and sharing on emotional health, spiritual growth, and safe places to land. April lives in Nashville with her husband Josh and their son Jude.
April Moseley

Ultimately, we want all of our children to keep growing, learning, and maturing until they are fully functioning and healthy adults. This is possible, even as we make countless mistakes as parents or have to usher our sweet girls through inevitable hardships.   For whatever reason, I always thought we would have daughters. There were […]

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April Moseley

April Moseley

April is a Marriage and Family Therapist with a background in youth and campus ministry. She’s an avid reader, an occasional baker, and a lover of words and people. She enjoys continuously learning and sharing on emotional health, spiritual growth, and safe places to land. April lives in Nashville with her husband Josh and their son Jude.
April Moseley

You may not be able to please everyone at all times, but you can do everything with love and compassion. Here are some tidbits, practices, and loose rules for considering yourself, your co-parent, and your children when the complications of divorce and single parenting get extra tricky.   As a therapist, one of my fundamental […]

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April Moseley

April Moseley

April is a Marriage and Family Therapist with a background in youth and campus ministry. She’s an avid reader, an occasional baker, and a lover of words and people. She enjoys continuously learning and sharing on emotional health, spiritual growth, and safe places to land. April lives in Nashville with her husband Josh and their son Jude.
April Moseley

The two house transition is tough for any kid, but in time, the new normal can feel like home too, even if it is two different houses and two sets of family to love.   “Get out your journals and draw a picture of your home,” the teacher says to a class full of six […]

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April Moseley

April Moseley

April is a Marriage and Family Therapist with a background in youth and campus ministry. She’s an avid reader, an occasional baker, and a lover of words and people. She enjoys continuously learning and sharing on emotional health, spiritual growth, and safe places to land. April lives in Nashville with her husband Josh and their son Jude.
April Moseley

Why learning a new dance with your child’s other parent is essential for their development. We all know the saying: “It takes two to tango, but you’re divorced from your old tango partner. Yet, you’re still parenting your children with them. Or at least, your children need you to be. So, how do you continue […]

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April Moseley

April Moseley

April is a Marriage and Family Therapist with a background in youth and campus ministry. She’s an avid reader, an occasional baker, and a lover of words and people. She enjoys continuously learning and sharing on emotional health, spiritual growth, and safe places to land. April lives in Nashville with her husband Josh and their son Jude.
April Moseley

Why choosing sides is for sporting competitions and war, not parenting. He said, “To this day, I still hate making decisions. I have to think about how it could affect my family and how it could look to one parent if I make this decision.” This from a male, in his thirties, decades since the […]

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