What if Sirius Black had lived? Did he know Harry was a Horcrux? Was he a good guy? Our newest staff writer answers some of the internet’s burning questions with little (read: a lot of) bias and a lot of (read: little) research.
The “Potter” books are an amazing tool to help us deal with grief, loss, and sadness. Learn how Abbie dealt with these emotions with the help of the “Potter” series in this week’s episode.
On this week’s episode, we learn how McKay Strong used the “Potter” series’ many lessons about grief and loss to help stay grounded in difficult times.
Although I love Thestrals, I would rather be able to say that my father and sister are still on this earth. Through their loss, I realized how much J.K. Rowling taught me about loss through “Harry Potter”.
“Harry Potter” provided me with strength in the face of grief and taught me that “the ones that love us never really leave us.”
Harry Potter manages to keep being the Boy Who Lived through a stunning number of dangerous situations. Did being a Horcrux give him an edge over death?
It took me the better part of ten years to pick a favorite, but “Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire” holds a special place in my heart. Here’s why…
Twenty years ago today, Sirius Black fell through the veil in the Department of Mysteries. How translucent is that veil during the painful grieving process? Do souls sometimes linger a little longer around their loved ones before journeying permanently beyond the veil?
How Sirius Black’s death helped us process our own losses and feel less alone.