In the long run, denying these feelings only causes more pain and in fact prolongs the pain. Express your feelings constructively. No matter how badly they were treated or how angry you are, it is never acceptable to harm anyone else. You may have to find a neutral third party to speak until you feel calmer toward the person who hurt you. ter. Depending on the situation, the person who hurt you may still be a danger to you, physically or emotionally. It is important to protect yourself from being damaged again.
At some point you will be adversely affected by clinging to feelings of anger and pain. These feelings can occupy space in your psyche and intrude on your sense of well being. You can become physically sick. This is when you are ready to make the decision to stop suffering. Be willing to see the situation from the other person's point of view. This will help you develop compassion, which will eventually replace the feelings of anger.
A useful technique is to write a letter to himself as if the other person. Use your words explain the hurtful things that were done to you. This will take you out of the victim role and helps to restore your power. It is not necessary to know why the harmful behavior happened. Even if you do not know the reason, probably will not feel better. It is likely that the person who harmed you are not sure why they did it well.