prone or susceptible to something
predisposed - prone
If a person is ‘predisposed’ to something, then they are likely to be influenced or harmed by it. This most commonly takes the form of a medical condition or engaging in negative and destructive behaviour. However, that does not mean that this word is always used negatively. There are also a number of positive contexts in which it can be applied.
As his both his parents suffered from high blood pressure, John is genetically predisposed to the condition.
The study found that children who experience a difficult upbringing characterized by hardship are much more likely to have a predisposition towards criminality.
By her nature, our manager is predisposed towards conciliation, so she always strives to resolve any conflict as amicably as possible.