How Did Romeo And Juliet Make Impulsive Decisions

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In the story Romeo and Juliet, Juliet causes the eventual death of Romeo and ultimately herself, with her irresponsibility and impulsive thinking. Juliet rarely thinks about the consequences of her decisions; she makes impulsive decisions on the spot and doesn't know what she needs or wants. She rarely tells Romeo about her actions and just does them instead of swaying in the consequences and the risks. Juliet is too innocent, young, and immature for her situation. Juliet didn’t know what she was doing when she came up with fake poisoning herself because she thought everything would work out. If she had been more mature and competent with her actions, she could have come up with a better plan than just poisoning herself. Juliet’s secrecy

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