"The only reason they get some leeway on that is because two of us agreed and it was their memories, but I understand your concern and yes, they are a little too quick to go to that solution so they don't have to deal with the problems." They'd just have to be careful from now on. "I honestly would have let them take everything if it had been possible, but if they had, then whatever happened that week wouldn't have made any sense."
She wasn't that convinced. "Just because he didn't betray the Potter, it doesn't mean that he didn't betray the other friends in the Order. Marietta got scarred for mentioning the DA. He would not have fared well with her." There was no question in her mind that for all of Harry's posturing, Hermione was the one to look at for. "Well, I'll let you know what he says when I tell him."
She knew how it could seem that way to someone looking from the outside. "I think it is, though. Look at Quidditch. He doesn't really like the sport, he likes the danger and the rush he gets by winning. Sure, he was around the Weasley, but he was on the outside when they were having fun. The lessons were another rush, getting people ready, because we're going to be better, we're going to fight and we're going to win. The problem is that he didn't know how to have fun before the fight and then he continued not to have fun. He had the bloody Marauder's Map and to him, it was a way to fight the evil coming. He had the invisibility cloak and instead of using it for parties or snogging, he used it to fight a war. I think he built his entire identity on fighting Dark Lords at eleven and never learned how to be a human being."