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Typically when someone hears the word “conflict”, they are not associating it with good experiences. We usually hear that word and think of fights and arguments we have had in the past. Conflict does not have to be a bad thing. A good example of conflict not being a bad thing would be with child’s father and I. Both of us are passive-aggressive in nature. This means that neither one of us likes to bring up issues when we have a problem with people. Ordinarily for me what happens with other friends/partners is that I will hold in everything that I am thinking, then explode in a huge fight with the person and never speak again. This does not make for good friendships. My son’s father is the same way. Since have a child together, we are always trying to make sure that we are not fighting in front of our son. We have a relationship where both of us feel comfortable enough with the other person to call each other out on things we do not agree with. Since we both feel comfortable, we don’t actually have big fights. We are able to have out brief argument and move on with things. This allows neither of us to have to stress or build up anger. Priority is our child, and we do not have to waste time arguing over silly things. This is a positive example because it is showing how even if you are not dating the person you have a child with, you can still maintain a healthy family relationship. People so often think that conflict means that you are getting in a huge fight with the other person. Conflict is actually healthy. I feel like the only time conflict does not happen is for people that are not passionate about anything. That is honestly sad to me. Conflict means that you care about things. You obviously do not want conflict happening all of the time, since it can be stressful. It certainly is not bad for the occasional disagreement on a matter. I feel like I have learned a lot from having disagreements about a subject. Viewing a subject from another person’s perspective can only help you to grow.…...

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