Mental Health - Both Macbeth and Lady Macbeth were consumed by guilt up until their deaths. The weight of the death and terror they caused drove Lady Macbeth to commit suicide. Macbeth starts to see the ghost of Banquo and descended into insanity. We can see that both Macbeth and his wife were accompanied by guilt when they died.
Mental Health - Seeing ghosts and witches seem to be figments of Macbeth's mind due to his guilt of killing Duncan and Banquo. This leads Macbeth to insanity for he starts yelling at a ghost in the middle of the feast. Lady Macbeth has similar issues although she has never shows it until the end of the story where she talks and walks in her sleep. This becomes too much for Lady Macbeth and results in her taking her own life.
Mental Health - Macbeth became riddled with guilt when he murdered both Duncan and Banquo. He would see ghosts of Banquo at his feast, and think about the knife that was used to kill Duncan. This caused eventual hallucinations and in the end, insanity.
Mental Health - Macbeth made the decision to kill King Duncan, and was forced to face the consequences. His choice left him with guilt and corroded at his mental health, slowly making the man become insane.
Marriage - Lady Macbeth is happy with her current situation with Macbeth being the Thane of Glamis. However, when she gets word of her husband's prophecies she becomes greedy and wants to speed up the process by killing King Duncan. Macbeth follows his wife's instructions in order to please her. Macbeth tries to please her in an attempt to have a happy life. On the contrary, he experienced the rest of his life in torment and guilt.
Marriage - In a solid marriage there is an equal balance of power between two spouses. In Macbeth's case his wife has much more influence than him. This is clear shown due to how Lady Macbeth gets away with ridiculing and belittling her husband, specifically after he murders Duncan. The power imbalance seems to lessen as the play progresses but it's existence contributes to Macbeth's mental instability that gradually worsens.
Marriage - This portrays Lady Macbeth as she is very controlling and greatly influences Macbeth. In a sense, she could be the "bigger man" in their relationship.
Marriage - Macbeth destiny is his own yet it is controlled by his wife and manipulated by the witches. This quote is more true for Macbeth than anyone else I know of as the men do not control him in any way it is the women who are controlling his fate and future.
Mental Health - Lady Macbeth did not learn from her mistakes in the past. Instead she dwelled on her past errors like the murders she committed and was consumed by her guilt later on.
Mental Health - This mask can show how Lady Macbeth's mind was taken over the mask of guilt and shame. It consumed her until all she could see was the innocent blood of the murders she committed and all she could feel was guilt. However, in order to save her own life, she was forced to mask all of her emotions eventually leading her to the brink of insanity
Mental Health - Lady Macbeth made her and her husband believe that by killing King Duncan, the life of her and her husband would be greatly improved. In reality, she was blinded by her own mind's greed and did not take into account the negative drawbacks. As a result, she begins to lose sleep due to her guilt and becomes sleep deprived, as represented by Spongebob here.
Marriage - Lady Macbeth is controlling throughout the whole play and her relationship with her husband is not healthy. She influences Macbeth to commit acts he otherwise would not do like murdering the king. As the quote shows, their marriage is not healthy as they sacrificed friends like Banquo, shattered their hopeful dreams, and lost their human morals.
Marriage and Mental Health - This is quite ironic as the power of marriage blinded Macbeth and turned him into a puppet, corroding his mental health. Macbeth´s words became Lady Macbeth´s words. Along this idea, Macbeth also mimicked Lady Macbeth´s brutal behavior, dark motives, and values. In summary, Lady Macbeth controlled his destiny.
Marriage - All that was required was one little push from Lady Macbeth to convince Macbeth to follow through with her ideals. This causes a chain reaction as it creates many issues such as covering up the murder of Duncan. This in the end results in the downfall of the couple of Macbeth and Lady Macbeth.