this was oringinally tags i left on another post but
in book five when thendrals are pulling the charrages no one else could see them, and in book two harry hears voices from the castle walls no one else can,and in book six he hears screaming that no one else does. all the things are real but people didn’t believe him and thought he was hearing or seeing things
but image how cool it would be if there actually weren’t any voices and there actually wasn’t anything pulling the carriages
imagine if this wasn’t some super power and his friends weren’t wrong to not believe him
imagine psychotic harry trying to determine what was actually sent by voldemort in his visions and what wasn’t
image harry trying to figure out what is magic and what is just a hallucination
imagine this helping him bc he is able to determine what’s real and not so he knows when mr. weasley is attacked and does save him and he knows what’s not real and doesn’t try to go after the globe so serious still alive because so one had to come save them
imagine this hurting him because he thinks dementors are figments of his imagination and even when he discovers they’re real but he still doubts them all the time esp. bc draco dressed up like one and he doesn’t want to hurt a real person imagine him coming just a little too late to save dudley
imagine psychotic harry with both magic and hallucinations
imagine representation for mentally ill people for ppl with more than just depression or anxiety
imagine representation for mentally ill people that isn’t demeaning or showing them as scary which isn’t there just to make things harder for the antagonist and psychotic people who aren’t the villains
imagine a psychotic person who is the hero of all the wizarding world
So my son has an assignment due Friday to write a letter to his favorite author, who of course is JK Rowling. They also have to draw their favorite scene from one of the author’s books.
“I know! I know! When Harry rescues Draco from the Fiendfyre!” He says with a huge grin on his face.
“Really?” I say, surprised but pleased.
“And why is that?” I ask.
“Because I love Scorpius and I don’t want his dad to die!”
So my seven year old son is sitting at the table drawing his first fanart of Harry saving Draco’s life. Contemplating what hairstyle and kind of shirt Draco should be wearing. All for the love of Scorpius Malfoy. Be still my Drarry and Scorbus heart.
Deathly Hallows was released on 21 July, 2007 at 00:01 am local time in English-speaking countries. It is the fastest-selling book of all time, selling 20 million copies in the first 24 hours. By June 2008, nearly a year after it was published, worldwide sales were reportedly around 44 million