Happiful Online March Magazine
How do we know who we truly are? What moves and inspires us? The things that spark the excitement and passion we couldn't be without? It's often in the most testing times that we actually start to find out.
This issue features countless stories which epitomise that notion. People who have struggled, and felt knocked down, but who found a unique path out. People revolutionising the world and attitudes around them, to make others' lives that little bit better.
The incredible Johannes Radebe has been through some unimaginable events, but through it all he learned the power of embracing and putting his true self in the spotlight. Loud and proud, he's sending shockwaves through Strictly, and setting fire to gender norms.
But change doesn't happen overnight, as The Saturday's Frankie Bridge shares when she opens up about being a "work in progress". We also chat to Mother and Papa Pukka about their secrets to the elusive 'happy ending' – and how it's not the fairytale people might expect.
Whether we want to redefine our own future, or inspire positive changes we want to see in the world, I hope you feel empowered reading this issue.
Happily ever after comes in many forms – don't wait for the story around you to unfold. Pick up a pen, and write the next chapter.
Enjoy the new edition!
Happiful is an online and print magazine with the mission to create a healthier, happier, more sustainable society. Their aim is to provide informative, inspiring and topical stories about mental health and wellbeing. They want to break the stigma of mental health in our society, and to shine a light on the positivity and support that should be available for everyone, no matter their situation.