Rash Decisions In Shakespeare's Romeo And Juliet

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After Lord Capulet orders Juliet to marry Paris, Juliet stands in the orchard, visibly distressed. She voices her troubles to the Nurse and asked for her sympathy. When the Nurse told Juliet to give up and marry Paris, Juliet feels betrayed that someone so close to her and someone who prior, had approved of Romeo, is now telling her that she should be unfaithful to him. She tells the Nurse to leave, stating that she can no longer confide in her and that she is going to seek the aid of Friar Lawrence but warns if he has no solution, she will take it upon herself to end her own life.This behavior is especially unlike Juliet because she is making rash decisions but on the other hand, this tested her loyalty to Romeo, to whom she stayed true but
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