All I ever wanted to do was fit in and be normal. I wanted friends, a nice boy, marriage and kids, the usual stuff. It wasn’t much to wish for.
Fighting a war can leave scars, and you can't always hide them.
Harry decides to talk with someone about getting a pensive to help him with some of the memories he is just not able to let go.
There's a very good reason why Alicia Spinnet is known as the best Quidditch psychologist in the country, but when a particularly irksome basketcase arrives in the form of Viktor Krum, her carefully crafted professionalism crumbles. He’s a God to the masses, but to Alicia he's just another creepy, self-obsessed weirdo with an unnerving interest in Hermione Granger. And, unfortunately, it’s up to her to try and sort his life out, even if it does involve doing everything but her job.
After the fall of Voldemort, the Dursleys were ready to return to their normal lives and to put that whole magical nonsense behind them. However, when a package arrives for Harry at their home, Dudley can't help but be curious about it more than ever since his experiences at the Ministry of Magic. But is even Dudley prepared for the can of worms that he has opened? Will he be able to handle the rather large consequences of his curiosity or will the fur start flying?