Conflicts occur in human relations and in diverse situations, interpersonal conflicts may appear to be repulsive, but can be beneficial. Interpersonal conflicts can explain the goals and interests of the parties involved or lead to creation of new ideas. The communication behavior of the parties is the key determinant of conflicts (Hocker &Wilmot, 2010). For the conflict to be beneficial there is a need to resolve the conflict through numerous conflict management styles. Conflict also emanates from the power relations through interpersonal linkages which is a result of interdependency. In addition, the definition encompasses the presence of scarce resources and interference among the patients in trying to achieve their goals (Hocker &Wilmot, 2010).