Interpersonal Conflict

An interpersonal conflict is a disagreement in some manner which can be emotional, physical, personal, or professional between two or more people. Such disagreements are commonplace in families, workplaces, and society in general and are not necessarily physical or violent. If the situation involved is important it behooves the participants to sit down and calmly discuss the issues involved before the situation becomes more volatile. Examples of interpersonal conflicts include a married couple fighting over finances or two employees fighting over who gets a promotion.

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