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

It can be overwhelming to think through all the things our kids needs. This is a guide for knowing where to start. This weekend, I went to a quick parenting seminar at a local church. It was put on by a children’s counseling center in our city, and it felt like getting a good emotional […]

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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

What’s challenging all year long gets lit up in bright, twinkly lights this season of each year after divorce. How do we get our kids through well and still enjoy the season?   “It’s the most wonderful time of the year! It’s the hap-happiest season of all!”   The songs really do make it sound […]

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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

A crash course for helping every kid who thinks your relationship success or failure might be their fault.   The Blame Game. It’s all your fault. It’s all his fault. It’s all her fault. Pointing fingers.   It is possible that there has been a lot of this going on in your household behind closed […]

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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

What to do with the worry your kids won’t have healthy relationships and how to set them up to succeed as they go.   In the span of two hours this morning, I felt the whole spectrum of emotions with a handful of friends. One friend told me they had been sent a referral for […]

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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

If you’re ready for that next step in risking love again, there’s new rules in the game with kids involved.   My parents were divorced almost thirty years ago. My mom remarried when I was three, before I have any conscious memories and my dad remarried when I was seven, so many years ago that […]

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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 helping your child feel understood is almost as good as a magic wand for the pain. It just takes a little work on our parts! Do you ever have one of those weeks where being a parent just breaks your heart? I was having one last week. My son is in physical therapy trying […]

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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

Understanding how your child is grieving and why it looks different from other kids can help you help your child thrive again. Just this week, I was struggling with an issue with my little boy. I called a friend and told her I was sad about a report I’d gotten and told her I was […]

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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’ve never had to be an expert on childhood anxiety before! Here’s a quick guide for beginning the process of helping your child. Recently, we posted a blog about the warning signs of childhood anxiety. For many of you, it may have been eye-opening and helpful just to be able to name what’s going on […]

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