Conflict can be defined as a state of opposition between two forces and is the dominant to the human experience. Many different things cause conflict and every individual has either been through it or still going through a conflict. However, every person’s experiences with conflict are different. We are able to understand with others when they experience conflict because we’ve been there ourselves. Everyone’s reactions are different.
While one may flee from the conflict leaving the mess behind for others, others may face up to the conflict and tackle the problem such as the ‘flight or fight’ concept. One of the basic reasons of conflict from door to door is unmatched expectation from one another. This normally takes place when an individual is seeing someone and help him or her in there bad times but don’t get the same attitude towards them when stuck in their own problem. This raises the issue and becomes a cause of clash.
This type of conflict also involves emotions in it and result in a negative attitude afterwards. This can be referred to the quote ‘you get what you deserve. ’ A type of conflict consists of Inner conflict, when an individual struggles with his or her personal conflict. In most cases, only that particular person can resolve the conflict. Like Victorian bushfire survivors dealing with their loss and pain. In these kind of situations the survivors cannot blame anyone for the cause but just the place where they are living in.
The Rugmaker of Mazar-e-sharif shows how the people travel to Australia in order to find peace and freedom of their lives but they end up waiting in detention centre most of the times and not getting their expectations met after all the struggle they have made to come. The ‘tulips’ by Sylvia Path, this text reveals that inner conflict can be catalysed by conflict with the environment or other however an awareness of one’s strength and weakness can arise as a result of encountering this type of conflict.