Conflict comes from Latin conflict - “struck together”, which we can assume that at least two people should be involved, but here comes the key. Whenever you face a problem with a growth and learning mindset, instead of being part of a conflict, you’re being part of an idea interchange, which changes completely the approach.
Let’s think about a mother and her daughter. If the daughter does something wrong at school we might think that she’ll be scolded once they arrive home, but if the mother, instead of just judging her and complaining about what she did, listens to her and really understands what happen, there’ll be no conflict at all, we’ll be just listening to each other, understanding each other points of view instead of simply imposing.
That’s how we should face problems, with a learning and empathic mindset instead of an imposing mindset.