Juliet: Internal Conflict
People should learn to deal with difficult things in life, rather than questioning them or making rash decisions
Juliet realizes she is being forced to marry a man named Paris, soon after marrying Romeo. She goes to meet Friar Lawrence to discuss this, but is having a very hard time dealing with her predicament. A quote from Juliet reads, "I long to die If thou speakst not of remedy" (1074 line 70). This is an example of how Juliet would rather make a very bad decision, than thinking or learn to work through what she is going through. Although Juliet is young, she still has the power to cope with challenges that face her in life, but chooses not to try to.