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Review:toomanycurls says:
Hi Amanda! I'm back (back again) for the RRT!

Overall I really like this chapter. It made me happy to see that Ginny reached out to someone about her dreams. Her rationale for not talking to Harry about her problems was quite intersting. I think people hide their problems from those they see as having enough to carry on with. I imagine that Harry would be quite upset to know she wasn't talking to him about her dreams/other stuff bothering her.

I loved that he moved her wand away from her while she slept. It just spoke to how he saw her as quite the equal.

I'm really glad to see Hermione and Ginny being close. Close enough for Ginny to open up about her dreams even. I remember last chapter I was worried that Ginny was a bit of an island which was sad to think about.

I like that Hermione recommended a therapist - it felt very natural for her to have gone to a therapist after the war. I'm curious what Hermione thought about Ginny keeping her dreams from Harry.

Addressing your question at the bottom - I loved the detail you went through with how their lives are after the war. It felt very realistic to have them struggling with emotions and other impacts after the war. Entire generations of people struggled after WWI and II so it makes sense for them to still carry scars from that.


Author's Response: Hey Rose, thanks for coming by!

I'm happy that you saw Ginny and Harry's interactions as realistic, particularly Ginny's motivation for not telling Harry about her struggles. I definitely think Harry would view Ginny as his equal, as you mentioned.

I guess I figured it would be easier for Ginny to confide in Hermione because they're both women and both of them have been through really direct traumatic experiences. Of course Hermione would have a logical solution to the problem :)

Thanks so much for your lovely review!


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