If nations are involved, it can lead to imminent war. Different communication styles can lead to misunderstandings between employees, individuals or friends, and nations as well. A lack of communication can drive conflict underground. This entire world is made up of individuals and nations who see things differently. Everybody has different values.
1-encountering conflict changes both those in power and those without power. –expository. If you look at those around us we are constantly surrounded by conflict. Within school, work and Family. And in these environments there is always one person who takes the ultimate power above everyone else this could simply be the principle within the school or the father in a family but when faced with great conflicts the one in power can often change their beliefs and point of view by those ones without power challenges them to act and think differently towards their beliefs and values.
But later as a result of rejection and bigotry, leads him to hurt others and become a dangerous creature. Lastly the society can also be considered to be monsters by discriminating and judging the creature because of its unnatural way of creation and outlook without really knowing or understanding his intentions and just assuming he was
Whether or not we grow up in an obviously dysfunctional family, most of us are exposed to some powerful, sometimes gross and sometimes subtle formative experiences wherein we feel that there is something about ourselves which is not okay. We react, by making a usually unconscious decision to compensate for, control, or avoid aspects of both our inner and outer worlds. Thus our codependent false self is born and our real self goes into hiding. An example of compensation would be “I’ll show them what I’m capable of so that they never doubt my worth again;” and so relationships with people, work, and/or studies become compulsive and competitive. An example of an attempt to control would be making myself so powerful and so needed in a relationship, that my partner would have great
One example would be when a family of five loses their house due to a major electrical fire. These types of situations and events can lead to many different feelings including danger, anger, guilt, desperation, confusion, apathy, helplessness, urgency, bewilderment, impasse, and discomfort. However, when interpreted and dealt with correctly these feelings are often short lived. By seeking help, the family can gain a different perspective on the situation, personal growth, and new coping skills and resources for future stressors. On the other hand, if the family does not seek help they may suffer from a lower level of functioning or become nonfunctioning.
It changes towards your life, your family and towards the society. Once you’re older you have more time on your hands, and you start to think a lot, you think about your life and how you lived you. Sometimes it changes to be negative and sometimes positive. If a person turns old and regrets a lot of things they may have done in their life, they might feel negative towards everything. If a old person doesn’t have a family or is in a lot of pain their attitude towards life would be negative and maybe feeling suicidal.
Conflict permeates every aspect of our lives; it is inevitable and inescapable. A world without conflict would be flat and sterile. It is how we choose to conduct ourselves in these times of conflict that define who we are and how we are viewed in society. There are some who, driven by fear, conduct themselves in a dishonourable manner during conflict but there are some who are able to rise above and behave in extraordinary ways in times of conflict. This is evident in history and is much explored in literature and written accounts.
Conflict can bring about the best and worst in people Conflict is a concept that prevades every aspect of our lives; it is inevitable and unpreventable. It has the capability to cause detrimental destruction and grief and can also result in a positive. It is how we choose to conduct ourselves in these times of conflict that define who we are and how we are viewed in society. Conflict at times can bring about the best in some individuals enabling them to display astonishing qualities and can also bring about the poorest of qualities in others. Some individuals may show no reaction towards conflict and be absolutely unmoved by it.
Farewell to Manzanar Many things in injustice can do many things to a person. It can make a person beg for freedom, something we all take for granted today. Injustice can also twist someone's mind making their mental beings violently different than before. This applies to Jeanne's father, who after a while at Manzanar began to ruin his mental willingness to live. However despite these negative effects of injustice, it can be a hard and tough way to help someone mature.
This is a sign of trauma as told I this article by Vickroy, “Despite the human capacity to survive and adapt, traumatic experiences can alter people's psychological, biological, and social equilibrium to such a degree that the memory of one particular event comes to taint all other experiences, spoiling appreciation of the present” He is implying that people basically cannot enjoy the things that are happening in the present times because of trauma." People end up living in the past and cannot accept changes. They are caught up one thing that happened to them they couldn’t live life normally. This corresponds with Holden and the way he thinks about Jane. “She wouldn't move any of her kings.