Romeo and Juliet’s parents and society caused their deaths. In Romeo and Juliet two teenagers from families with long-standing bad blood fall in love. Through brief interactions and meetings without their parents’ approval, they strengthen their relationship and dedicate themselves to one another. In a frenzy of impulsive decisions, the teens get married and die in a double suicide due to miscommunication. To make the events more tragic, they all occurred
Love is deadly if misused. In the Shakespearean play Romeo and Juliet, Romeo and Juliet faced many trials in their growing patience with love, however in the end, love killed them due to their poor decision making. Parenting styles and the teenage brain affected Romeo and Juliet’s decision making altering a reader’s perspective on how they perceive the characters until their death. To begin with, Romeo was very fickle with love.
Romeo and Juliet, were raised to loathe each other, but could not because of either their love for each other or because of their need to rebel. The way Romeo was raised, was not normal in any way. Juliet was raised not ideally, which could have led her to take the actions that she did. The difference in their upbringing or brain functionality could be a factor of why they went