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Throughout the play we see that if either does not get their way, they become very anxious and frustrated and willing to do whatever is necessary to have it their own way or get what they want. An excellent example of this is Juliet's plan to fake her own death. Instead of waiting things out and talking a plan through with Romeo she goes out and does the plan hoping Romeo will be informed by some one else...
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This shows how she only had her goal in mind and did not think of any one else but herself. Romeo and Juliet shows how two lover's lives can be doomed from the start not only because of their families but because of their similar personalities. We are shown that no matter how much they loved and treasured each other every plan they tried failed...
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