Conflict is the backbone of any good story.
External conflict, which we broke down recently here on the blog, occurs
between a character and an outside force, whether that be another character
or an element of nature, society, or technology. On the other hand,
internal conflict arises from an ethical or emotional debate that occurs
within a character.
This style of conflict, while occurring in some form in every story, has
the same ability to carry the full weight of a plot as external
conflict. But how? Well, let’s discuss internal conflict together today!
— Read on www.well-storied.com/blog/how-to-craft-riveting-internal-conflict-for-your-story