Living in a dysfunctional world is going to produce dysfunctional people. Dysfunctional people are going to do dysfunctional things like hurt other people. You cound be the one receiving the hurt. It is possible this may have come about through no apparent fault of your own. Regardless of how this hurt came about there one very, very important factor that you need to consider:
Will you forgive that person(s) for doing this to you?
Before you answer this question I invite you to consider this. If you do not forgive that person you have now given them power over you. You have also placed yourself into a state of injury.
You see, when you forgive you give yourself power. You also also exercise your god like power to forgive and to heal yourself.
No one has power over you. No matter how much they hurt you. Only you hold the option to give them the power to hurt you. Only you have the power to allow this situation to injure yourself.
Based on these observations it would be wise to conclude that forgiving someone actually helps you. It helps the person doing the forgiving. Try it. And keep trying it. Remember, human beings are creatures of habit. The more you do it, the more it will impact your life.
You may want to start by forgiving yourself for things you have done to your own self.
I believe I have always