Teenage Suicide In Shakespeare's Romeo And Juliet

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Teenage suicide occurs due to a variety of reasons.The main cause of teenage suicide is time. People who spend longer in such a chaotic emotional state are far more likely to commit suicide.Time is the main cause. If something begins to bother someone, it starts as a slight irritation that they can put off for a while, but eventually it begins to take over their lives. Over time, they start to lose the ability to cope and this is when they start thinking, and attempting, suicide. For example, in the story Romeo and Juliet, both characters experience or are in a emotional distress or stated of mind. They both can't stand not being with each other which starts off as a “slight irritation” but over time it gets worse and they can't deal which makes them turn to the ideal of suicide if they can't be with one another.
Certain events in a person’s life can trigger this idea, and it's different for everybody.Teenage suicide is a permanent solution to a temporary problem. Teenagers who is experiencing thoughts of suicide believe there’s no future for them. A lack of a long-term future and no way of being able to imagine a positive future leads to apathy. Apathy
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And the ones that did help didn't help in the best way, they indulged in it instead of stopping it. For the ones that didn't help they also made things even worse. As Juliet's thoughts of suicide deepened, her father nor mother were no help to her at home with them forcing her to marry another and then threatening to cut her off if she did not and talkinging to her in a fatherly way. And with Romeo being banned and not able to come back having no way to see Juliet ever again if he didn't come up with a plan. And with the help of their friends, who should have helped them see that doing what they did wasn't the way to go, their plan ended in tragedy with both Romeo and Juliet
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