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Romeo and Juliet didn't die. Instead, they moved to Hollywood, had an intense, whirlwind romance they were both too young to handle, and so, they broke up. They went their separate ways, Juliet married Paris, had two kids, and started a career, while Romeo dabbled in girlfriends, explored new areas of political ideology, and grew a freelance business... But the whole time they thought about one another, unable to forget the violent delights of the one who got away.

Sixteen years later, the two reunite, and all that fiery footed passion is still, inexplicably there. But Romeo is in a failing relationship with live-in girlfriend, Rosaline, and Juliet has only just left Paris, after a tumultous ten-year marriage. Their lives are messy now.

So, to avoid that inevitable violent end, they give one another 30 days to put their lives back together, rediscover who they are and what they want, with no contact whatsoever. And if each, on their own, decides they want to see what fate has in store for them, they will meet, back in "Verona", on Friday, September 24th at 12:00 PST, where they both laid eyes on one another for the very first time.


This is Juliet's part of the story, and her unflinchingly raw and honest battle back to self and love after leaving a toxic marriage. It is a journey of rediscovery, embracing single parenthood, and ultimately deciding if Romeo still has a place in her world after all. 

Follow Juliet's journey, and help her stay on track by reaching out. Just know that this is a true story being written in real time. If you contact Juliet, you become a part of that story, and perhaps, a timeless romance as well.

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