Antecedent Conflict

Antecedent Conflict

Antecedent conflict is the concept or theory that suggests events that happen early in life which are troubling, traumatic, or disturbing bring about intense reactions to conflict during adult life. This is not to say that people who simply donʼt deal with problems well have antecedent conflict. Rather, responses to conflict are severe and very intense, well outside the normal range or responding.

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