There is something he isn't telling us.

Who's to blame?

There were many people that could be blamed for the downfall of Macbeth but the one that stood out the most to me is Ladybeth. She was no good from day one putting evil thoughts into people's heads. Even leading Macbeth to go on a killing spree to fight for her love and the thrown. Such strong manipulating quotes come from her turning others into whatever she wishes, "All hail, Macbeth, thou shalt be king hereafter"(Shakesphere 1.3.50)AAAAAAA This is what gave Macbeth the idea that he would soon be king. Macbeth craved the idea of him being king so much he and Lady Macbeth were willing to kill anyone in their way. "Screw your courage to the sticking place, And we'll not fail" (act 1scene 7 60)AAAAAA She used her words to not only to discourage Macbeth but in a way she knows Macbeth won't want to disappoint. In result Macbeth killing Duncan. "When you durst do it, then you were, a man....And, to be more than what you would be so much more the man" (55) AAAAAAAA This quote is the last straw for Macbeth when herelizes to earn Lady Macbeth he needs to get Duncan out of the way.
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Risking it all

Macbeth has risked a lot of things for Lady Macbeth to prove his loyalty and dedication to her and the thought of him being crowned king. Macbeth would even, "take another chance, take a fall, take a shot for you And I need you like a heart needs a beat". AAAAAA This relates to his love for Lady Macbeth how it is strong he is willing to kill someone just to so he can confirm his loyalty. And all that matters to him is to see Lady Macbeth happy.
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At the beginning of Macbeth is a littl uneasy about killing Duncan but Lady Macbeth soon persuaded him. Soon after Duncan's death everything starts to go down hill. " ....pluck from the memory a rooted sorrow,raze out the written troubles of the brain, and with some sweet oblivious antidote cleanse the stuffed bosom"(AAAAAAA). Macbeths sorrow is starting to drive him crazy, slowly drowning him in thoughts.