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Harry and Ginny were met in the fandom reacted with mixed responses. With “Cursed Child,” it finally makes sense as to why Hinny became Hinny.
It’s okay to disagree, but let’s not take it too far.
There are many scenes the movies changed that I was unhappy with, and these are my top seven disappointing film changes.
Check out our top ten Harry/Ginny moments that didn’t make it into the movies!
Psychologist Robert Sternberg is famous for formulating the Triangular Theory of Love. It states that “the three components of love are an intimacy component, a passion component, and a decision/commitment component.” Essentially, in this formula there are three factors in a successful romantic relationship, each equally important.