Mentorship is a personal developmental relationship in which people grow as individuals through the help of another person. In Shakespeare's play Romeo and Juliet, the mentorship between characters is shown throughout various character relationships. The play Romeo and Juliet is set in Verona Italy in the time around the 1500’s. It is a story of secret love, family feud and loyalty. Mentors of characters play a big role in the lives of the young teens Romeo and Juliet. To them, mentors are people who will do anything for you, they are people who are like family and they trust you. Mentorship is important because it makes it possible to have someone you know is always there for you.
A mentor is a person who will do anything for you if they know that it is what is right for you. When Romeo is banished from Verona the nurse protects Juliet by looking for Romeo. She…show more content… The nurse has watched Juliet grow up and has always been there for her. Juliet spends her life trying to make her mother proud so she can’t always ask her mother for help. The nurse has always been there when Lady Capulet hasn’t been. “Faith, I can tell her age unto an hour” The nurse cares so much for Juliet and is so close to her that she is saying she can tell Juliets age as specific as the hour. This shows how well they know each other and how the nurse is always there for Juliet. The relationship between the nurse and Juliet is so strong that is more present in the play than the relationship between Juliet and her mother. “Nurse, where’s my daughter? call her forth to me.” Lady Capulet is not close enough with her daughter to know where she would be. Juliet and the nurse are so close that the nurse would know. When your goal is to make your family proud you always need someone to help you make that happen and in Romeo and Juliet that is the role of the