Christo Hudson had always wanted to be a pilot, and spent 12 years doing the job he loved, until it all stopped overnight with the pandemic. He suffered anxiety and bouts of depression, unable to see a way forward. “My dream was stolen from me. I had been completely defined by the job I had. I felt numb, cold and lonely.” But with four young children and a mortgage, he took stock and trained as a suicide prevention trainer and mental health first aid trainer. “I just want to show people that there is hope. And that’s the most empowering work I think you can do.”

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