Lupin may not be an expert at fighting his own Dementors, but he’s still willing to mentor Harry in his struggle against their powers.
Tagged: Mental Health
Harry Potter has often been a source of comfort for me. In this article, I open up about how the characterization of Severus Snape helped me get through a difficult period of my life.
For some, “Harry Potter” helped combat some pretty harrowing times of their own. What does “Harry Potter” mean to you, and how has it aided in making you the person you are today?
Given our current climate, socially and politically, “Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix” is the most relevant “Harry Potter” book right now. This first article in a two-part series examines how mental health issues and the phenomenon of biased news reporting are portrayed in “Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix”.
Lets put aside all the arguments about canon and our excitement for Scorpius to appreciate the importance of our new Harry in “Cursed Child”.
In honor of Mental Health Awareness Month, let’s look at the characters of “Harry Potter” and what mental illness they could represent.