Teenagers In Shakespeare's Romeo And Juliet

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In Romeo and Juliet, Juliet stats, “Yea, noise? Then I’ll be brief. O happy dagger!” (Romeo and Juliet, V, iii, CLXIX). That relationship ended in suicide. This is a prime example of why teenagers aren’t ready for a serious relationship.
It is obvious that your child love, but when they say they love somebody do they really mean it? We don’t deny that love is necessary and helpful; however, it’s a gift and curse. For family, love is saying you are thankful for that person and that you care for them. For friends, love is saying you are thankful for all that person has done to make you who you are.
Teenagers in love tend to spend all their time together and neglect their families and friends. They think that since they are dating they should
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