Faces of Suicide

Remembering ...

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Oliver, Chris
09 May 1997 - 22 May 2014
Ontario, Canada

Our Remembrance
Chris was a truly extraordinary person and I couldn't be happier that I got to call him my boyfriend. I can't believe he's gone... I'm completely broken. I never expected that I would lose him like this. It's amazing how much I—or anyone else—could trust and rely on him for almost anything. He'd drop everything for anyone if he knew they needed help. He had the ability to make anyone smile without trying. Things like dancing, anytime, anywhere showed me that he were never afraid to be himself and I will always love that about him. I will never forget any of our memories like when Chris pushed me in the water at the beach and I was wearing all of my clothes or when my mom made us go on some boring boat tour and he fell asleep on my lap for 3 hours. And I will especially never forget your last night alive when we made cookies then danced and sang in my kitchen for hours. That was the best day of my life and it was also the last time I ever got to see Chris' face. It kills me that we will never be able to make new memories. We'd grown unbelievably close over the past year or so and I wish he didn't have to leave so soon. There are still so many things I need to tell hi, and questions I've got to ask him and tons of things I wanted to do with him. Chris changed so many things about me and made me a much better person and I couldn't thank him enough. I'm so sorry that he was battling with personal demons and I wish more than anything someone could have taken away his pain. He will always have a very special place in my heart. I hope he's in a happier place now. Don't forget about me, Chris. I'll see him again eventually. I love d him from the start and I will love him forever. I miss him so much it hurts. Rest easy baby