Toshia Humphries

Toshia Humphries is a Texan freelance writer, artist, life coach and talk radio co-host of Girl Power Hour on Blog Talk Radio.

Sober Recovery Expert Author

Toshia Humphries is a Texan freelance writer, artist, life coach and talk radio co-host of Girl Power Hour on Blog Talk Radio. She has been writing for two decades and possesses three degrees in counseling and psychology with a focus on addictions and women’s studies. She is also the creator of Threads Locks & Rock—a performance art show which utilizes personal experiences and stories to inspire each show and its performers, healing and empowering them and audience members alike. Much of her work is fueled by her own life experience and education.

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Whether you’re going through a spiritual awakening or seeing yourself in the scenario of shamed, judged or distorted experience... Continue Reading

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Finding Your Voice & Setting Boundaries in Recovery

By Toshia Humphries

So, how do we find our authentic voice and set them in recovery? Continue Reading

narcissist

In any given situation, the ego sees an opportunity to go deeper into hiding. Recovery is no exception. Continue Reading

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Newly Recovered in the New Normal

By Toshia Humphries

In a time of suggested social distancing and isolation with heightened energies of fear and desperation, the potential for rela... Continue Reading

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When someone speaks about having a spiritual awakening, they are typically referencing an experience or multiple experiences th... Continue Reading

empath in recovery

Being an empath is a gift, not a burden. You just have to honor yourself and protect your energy. Continue Reading

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Keep The Faith: Staying Sober Through Tough Times

By Toshia Humphries

Rather than viewing something as a crisis, we can choose the lens of faith over fear and see it as an opportunity. Continue Reading

darkness

Vampire energy presents in various forms, but no form is more easily recognizable than active addiction. Continue Reading

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Ultimately, we can hold space for those we love, learn to love ourselves and hold space for our own healing and recovery. Continue Reading

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Learning to love your true self is crucial to addiction recovery. Continue Reading