Let her know that you're supportive of her, that she has a place to stay with you if needed and that you do not judge her.This article was co-authored by Paul Chernyak, LPC.
Upstairs there was a loft where the CPR manikins were stashed.In winter, icy gusts came lunging through the walls.There was a garage with two ambulances, and off it, a cramped radio room.At that moment—as the first siren sounded, as the first numbers were dialed, as the bodies were gathered and rushed away—I was watching a movie/eating Chinese/on a bed with my girlfriend, I can’t remember exactly.Lost in the oblivious haze of youth, I was certain, like millions of teenagers before me, that nothing would ever touch us there. Growing up, we had this sort of unusual thing in our town: an ambulance service operated by kids. Then, it was housed in a defunct red train station that rattled every time a passing commuter train rushed by on its way to Manhattan.These lovers will mend the quarrel between their families by dying.The story of these two lovers, and of the terrible strife between their families, will be the topic of this play.There are 11 references cited in this article, which can be found at the bottom of the page. If there is an ongoing dispute between family members, you may want to mediate to make everyone's lives easier. Encourage everyone to go into the situation with empathy. This way, you will have a more stable family situation moving forward.When discussing things, make sure everyone's voice is heard. If they are in their seventies or eighties, you may not be able to make them see things differently.The obvious function of the Prologue as introduction to the Verona of Romeo and Juliet can obscure its deeper, more important function.The Prologue does not merely set the scene of Romeo and Juliet, it tells the audience exactly what is going to happen in the play.