Fighting. Indecision. Anger. Lack of acceptance. Conflict is such a natural, indispensable component of our everyday lives and relations with others that we do not usually analyze, think about, or study it. However, on a daily basis, students encounter conflicts within themselves, as well as with classmates, family, and society. While most people view conflict as a negative and destructive force, it can be an opportunity for growth and learning. If taught specific conflict management skills, students can analyze social situations, decide on wise courses of action, and take responsibility for the consequences of their actions. Conflict management describes a range of skills and strategies useful in constructively handling conflicts, ability to deal with conflict in a constructive way not only adds to students’ individual mental health, but also positively aspects society as a whole.