Copthorne mum's survival story an inspiration to thousands

A Copthorne mum is transforming the lives of thousands of women around the world, just eight years after a painful divorce left her almost penniless and facing a crippling £1 million debt.

Thursday, 31st March 2016, 10:00 am
Updated Saturday, 2nd April 2016, 6:57 am

Joanne Oswell-Jones is the author of the self-help sensation, The Soulful Woman, and director of a consultancy by the same name that provides guidance and inspiration women. Her book was this month voted My Well-Being Magazine’s Book of The Month.

Joanne said: “We all face times in our lives when it feels as though we’re losing the very foundation upon which our lives have been built upon. It’s a very scary time in which you can feel totally alone.

“I chose to develop some core nourishing practices involving personal development and self-love to help me get through what I can only describe as my ‘personal hell’.

“It’s been such an uplifting experience in sharing these practices with other women who are facing huge challenges too.”

Her book is a selection of practical steps, services, and products that were instrumental in helping Joanne overcome the challenges of finding herself a single mum with two daughters to care for.

Joanne’s publicist Kizzi Nkwocha said: “Joanne’s story is a remarkable tale of determination, courage and persistence.

“She has become an inspiration to women all over the world and has changed many lives.”

To find out more go to her website