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

Neuroscience continually points back to this truth more and more all the time: our bodies and brains are literally wired for connection with others. Perhaps by strengthening our relationship with our children first and then helping them connect with others, we are giving our children gifts that they will see the fruits of for all […]

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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’s time to make progress on one of the most common issues plaguing all children of divorce: boundaries. This particular topic is one in which we are going to go exploring together. I’m not going to sit behind my computer and pretend I have all the answers. I just know there’s a problem. It’s also […]

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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

Five steps to a calmer, happier child and home. One of the trickiest parts of parenting comes down to one main theme: BIG EMOTIONS. Every parent deals with them personally, simply because we’re human. Kids? They are little humans too. Navigating these big emotions is tricky at any stage. I watch my toddler when anger […]

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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

How parental safe spaces can change your child’s life. “It’s okay,” I whisper. He doesn’t hear me. We’re rocking or bouncing or swaying or something, and he’s finally asleep. It’s been hours since he first started showing me his tired eyes and attempting to go down for a nap, and I’ve only just succeeded. I’m […]

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We hear it all the time, “Kids are resilient!” But is it true? If I fall down the stairs and break my leg, will my leg heal? Actually, no it won’t heal. If I don’t do anything to help my leg heal, then it will only get worse. If I go to the doctor, get […]

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No matter the age, we hurt deeply when we feel abandoned by someone we thought loved us…or that should have loved us. The information in this program can be used effectively by an adult dealing with lost love, such as a divorce. It also gives effective directions for helping a spouse…or a potential spouse…risk loving […]

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Married? Separated? Divorced? This podcast is ESSENTIAL for getting through the holidays without going crazy. Kimberly Holmes, the CEO of Marriage Helper and Justin Prince, program director of What About Me share THREE KEY THINGS to do to avoid having a stressful, terrible holiday season filled with fighting, disagreements and hurt feelings. This is especially crucial if […]

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Welcome, parents. If you’re here, it is likely that you are experiencing troubles in your marriage, and you are worried that it is affecting your kids. Maybe you are divorced or in the divorce process. Perhaps you are separated, physically or emotionally. Maybe there is no divorce in process or separation occurring, but you and […]

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One of the most common, and life-impacting, stresses that children can experience in life is watching their parents’ marriage end. Whether that is through divorce, separation, or the perceived and impending end of the marriage through emotional distancing and high levels of conflict. Research shows that the divorce is often more devastating for children, who […]

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