Family conflict can be resolved in a few different ways. First, minor conflicts can be resolved by improving communication among all family members. It's important to let each member of the family speak their mind when a conflict arises, no matter how small the conflict may seem. Ensuring that all parties feel listened to can help alleviate some sources of conflict. When everyone has a voice and the opportunity to let their opinion be heard, it's easier to work through conflict and understand different perspectives.
Sometimes, a professional can help to resolve persistent conflicts. If a family notices that they have a recurring issue, or that they have trouble with communicating, a family therapist or counselor can act as a moderator to help them work through their conflicts and teach them skills to avoid such conflicts in the future. Families need to remember that they are a team. Instead of struggling against each other, it's important for everyone to fight together against the problem at hand.