According to the Cambridge Dictionary, a basic definition of conflict is an active disagreement between people who have opposing opinions or principles. Conflicts like disagreements can occur at any time and are a normal part of human interactions. The nature of the conflict and its severity may vary both in terms of content and severity; However, it is impossible to avoid it completely. In fact, conflict is not necessarily negative in itself. If managed constructively, it can help people defend themselves and others, develop and learn to work together to find a solution that is satisfactory to both parties. But if conflicts are mismanaged, it can lead to anger, injury, division, and more serious problems. Instead of looking back and blaming, focus on what you can do here and now to solve the problem.