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Benvolio's solution to Romeo's heartache is to "give liberty unto thine eyes." By this he is telling Romeo to:
see the faults in the woman he loves.
recognize what he is missing by wallowing in his misery.
recognize what he is missing by focusing on love instead of being a carefree bachelor.
examine the faults within himself that could have caused her to reject him.
look at other girls to find a replacement for the girl who will not love him.