What's this I see? A levelheaded, supportive, understanding RON? About Malfoy? I don't see this very often, and I LOVE it. I love when authors remember that these characters aren't children anymore, that they have gone through a war, and they have matured.
In this one, Draco is in St Mungo's after a suicide attempt. Harry sees him, and decides to help him, and actually helps himself out along the way. Very well done story. In the muggle world, Draco would have been diagnosed with depression, at least, if not bipolar disorder, and I thought it very appropriate that Harry's magic penis didn't fix everything, and even years later, Draco still had dark days.