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 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

Blending families can be just as challenging as splitting them for everyone, but especially for the kids. Blending families can also result in a beautiful family with friendships and love that lasts through the ages, for everyone but especially for the kids.   My mom tells a few stories about when our big family first […]

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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 is not a simple task to blend together boundaries with honesty and respect in delivering what may be some of the hardest news you have ever given your children. We believe in you and your family and that you specifically have what it takes to do this with as much grace as possible.   […]

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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 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

Introducing a place for understanding your child and parenting well through divorce.   By now, hopefully you are starting to get a feel for us here at What About Me. I hope, oh how I really hope, that you are getting a clear picture of the heart behind what we do here. I also hope […]

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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 look at a few logical things about child development, a guide of sorts, to hopefully help us all know if what our kids are experiencing is normal or not.   It is 11:30 am on a Monday morning, and I am in tears in a parking lot.   I have work to do, an […]

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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 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 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 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 bravest thing you can do for yourself and for your kids today is just pick yourself up and keep going. Today I read a post from one of my favorite authors about the messy middle. You know the middle I’m talking about. You’re in it and so are your kids. It’s not the beginning […]

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