It's Not My Fault Analysis

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To assign responsibility for a wrong or fault is to blame. People tend to resort to blame so they are no longer at fault for the situation that occurred. The concept of blame is discussed concisely in the book, It's Not My Fault: The No-Excuse Plan for Overcoming Life's Obstacles, by Dr. Henry Cloud and Dr. John Townsend. Within the book it is claimed, "We live in a culture of blame. People will blame anyone or anything for their misery sooner than take the responsibility to own it and make it better." Simply indicating that a large portion of society assigns blame upon others for their own unhappiness, rather than take responsibility for themself, and actually take action in solving their problem. The concept of blame is extremely prevalent…show more content…
The two lovers are definitely to blame for their own deaths along with the friar. Even before the friar married them, they would sneak around and meet in secret, their marriage only motivated them to be together more. In act II scene II, Romeo appears at Juliet’s balcony as she is thinking about him. He goes up to her and they begin to speak of their love and potential matrimony. All of this occurs the night before the Friar is told that they are together and that Romeo is no longer interested in Rosaline. Romeo and Juliet are undoubtedly going to be together, it does not matter who will or will not help them, and many people are not willing to help them. Since they will not help them it is seen that they are to blame for being apart of the reason why they can not be together, but Romeo and Juliet never truly thought things out. The two were irresponsible and impulsive. They did not listen to their families or obeyed their duties that come with their name. Attempting to blame their families for keeping them apart while they are “meant to be

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