Ginny looks very traumatized and frightened, poor girl. I always thought of Harry as the one who be traumatized, angsty and depressed at times (like when he was a teenager) and Ginny being strong and feisty so it's interesting to see her so vulnerable.
I always imaged Harry's anger and angst were due to his connection to Voldemort, so that when Voldemort died and Harry found love and peace, he became a happier and calmer person. and ginny lost a brother. No matter how strong or feisty, I'm not sure you ever completely get over that.
I think that was part of it but he was a 14 year old who'd witnessed his classmate get murdered in front of him and a Dark wizard come back from the dead, then he witnessed his godfather and the Headmaster get murdered all before he was 17, was sent on a wild goose chase to find and destroy Hurixes, witnessed his best friends get tortured and several more murders, died and came back to life and on top of that was neglected, abused and unloved by his relatives for most of his life all before he was 18, that's bound to screw anyone up, even someone as resilient as Harry, especially when they never got any therapy or help of any kind.
Sure Harry would find happiness and peace (he is amazingly resilient after all) but it doesn't mean he doesn't have any issues or is haunted by his past (I'd imagine they'd all have some serious issues, especially when wizards don't seem to know what therapy is, no wonder they have so many screwed up wizards/witches running around.) It's like Ginny is so occupied trying to comfort Harry and keeping up this façade to everyone else except Ron and Hermione that everything's perfect that her own pain goes unnoticed. It's probably only because of Ginny that Harry's able to have this happy moment with their children but unfortunately she has to sacrifice some of her own happiness for her husband's.
I get that. Thanks for your long comments. It does seem a little sad for Ginny though, if she has to put her sadness aside and can't ask Harry to comfort her, in case he might get upset. I would imagine their relation to be on more equal terms, emotionally.
Well, I'd imagine Ginny would hide her own emotions out of her freewill, stubbornness whatever. She'd feel she had to be the strong one even though if she let Harry see that she was in pain that he'd comfort her. Plus, Ginny, like her brother Ron, would get be more likely to get angry than sad because she's got a temper. Harry is also known for being rather oblivious so it would make sense that he wouldn't notice that Ginny was upset unless she made it super obvious.