NAH WORD TOO MY DEAD YALL' DON'T EVEN UNDERSTAND ME.
In this scene it was an internal conflict. This was an internal conflict because there was a decision Andy had to make. In this scene Andy has a dream Rob speaks to him and says "It's all your fault, you know. You drove the car. You smashed it into the wall. You killed me. And now you gotta come keep me company."(pg.101) This scene impacts the rest of the story because Andy begins to believe that it was his fault Rob died and that Rob doesn't forgive him.
In this scene it was an external conflict. This was an external conflict because his decision whatever he chose will affect other people as well. In this scene Andy is mailing his letter that Dr. Carrothers suggested him to write to Robs parents. He wrote this letter hoping that it will cheer him and Rob's parents up. This scene impacts the story because Andy begins to accept that Rob is dead and no matter what he does, thinks, feels or dreams it wont bring Rob back.
In this scene Andy faced an external conflict. In this scene Andy gets upset because B.j and Tyrone mentioned Rob and every time Rob is mentioned Andy is brought back to the crash and becomes emotional in some way. This was an external conflict because it affected B.j and Tyrone which made them go to the counselor to try to get help for Andy. This scene impacts the rest of the story because Andy's friends finally realize that Andy might seem like he is getting better and beginning to accept Rob's death but he really isn't fine and needs help. (Pg.110)