Resistance: n. opposing a (force(s) and/or desire(s)) and/or subset(s)
If you oppose force, a desire or temptation, a command, or a concept or belief then you are offering resistance.
Opposing force may lead to fighting and opposing a desire to take drugs may lead to withdrawal symptoms and both are examples of resistance. You can also oppose a command, a concept, or a belief which can lead to punishment, disagreement, or an argument.
In an ideal world there should be no resistance to what you want to do but in the real world friction, conflict, competition, and habits exist to frequently prevent you from reaching any goal or goals which you may have.
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