Right Decisions In Romeo And Juliet

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One of the main ideas I noticed throughout the play Romeo and Juliet was how much lack of proper parental guidance Romeo and Juliet parents gave them. Both Romeo and Juliet have dysfunctional relationships with their parents. Both sets of parents seemed to be very controlling and tried to tell their children how to live their lives. I also saw that the relationships between the children and their parents lacked simple communication which was a big factor that led to the children’s rebellion and tragedy. While watching the play I thought to myself, do children need love and support from their parents in order to make the right decisions? Both Lady Capulet and Lady Montague have dysfunctional relationships with their children. Lady Capulet…show more content…
Mothers and fathers equally affects kids’ behavior, self-esteem, emotional stability, and mental health. I think that the role of a mother is very important. Mother love shapes cultures and individuals. While most mothers know that their love and emotional availability are vital to their children’s well-being, many people don’t understand the long lasting impact that the mothers love has in a child’s life as they grow up. Such as developing young children’s brains, teaching them first lessons of love, and shaping their consciences. In some cases, the withdrawal of a father's love seems to play a bigger role in kids’ problems with personality and psychological adjustment, delinquency, and substance abuse. I think that the father's love is just as important to a child's development as a mother's, and sometimes more so. I heard that the presence of a father has a positive impact in many ways, such as, children with fathers have fewer behavioral problems, obtain better academic results, will end up economically better off, and are less likely to be
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