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smile!" Harry said, as he pressed the release button of his digital camera.
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And honestly, she could not find a reason not to smile. Only a couple of hours ago, she had finally, finally married Ron. And, if she was honest with herself, the fact that the wedding was over, which meant that the arguments with both her mum and Molly about guest lists, dresses, and a million other things would stop, just added to her overall giddiness.
Both herself and Harry had incorporated muggle items (she in a more extended degree because she didn't want her parents to feel out of place whenever they came to visit) in their otherwise magical lifestyle, and they had even managed to get Ron and Ginny respectively to actually use said items without treating them as bombs about to explode.
So she was only mildly surprised when Harry pulled out his digital camera, during a fully magical wedding, and insisted on taking some pictures of her and Ron ("I want them for your parents Hermione! I
HOW TO AVOID BEING TROLLED
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Welcome to my deviantART guide on how to avoid & handle trolls and other conflicts. Following the advice given here will help you in being a better deviant, and enhance your overall experience within the community.
I would like to point out a few basic things before we begin.
You are a part of deviantART, which is a community with a vast population of individuals.
These individuals have their own opinions, views, talents, etc. They, also, have distinct personalities and attitudes. These deviants are here for their own personal reasons, as are you. They're people.
You, being a part of deviantART, must understand that you'll be sharing your art, opinions and sometimes even life, on this very public website.
You must accept that, out of the big mass of individuals, several will not agree with what you do or what you think, several will not like your art, your posts, your journals, everyth
Song of the SuicideThe thing about suicide is you don't generally wake up one day and say to yourself, "I feel like crap, I think I'll kill myself today." No, that would be silly. You don't start to think about suicide until you've had multiple days where you feel crummy, with very few good days, if any, mixed in. That'll go on for months, with no light at the end of the tunnel. Then you start thinking about your options. You push the thought of suicide out of your mind and seek help. You get medication, you seek out the support of family and/or friends. But the days are the same. You can remember how life used to be. You can remember the joy, happiness, peace, mild frustrations, a few disasters here and there of normal life. Then you begin to forget. You forget what life was like before. You can't imagine life any other way than the way it is now. Hopeless. Filled with tears and disappointment. The people around you rooting you on, encouraging you. You think you can get through it, but when nothin
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