Heal What Hurt You or Risk Cutting Others
If you don't heal what hurt you, you'll bleed on people who didn't cut you.
This is harsh, but it's true. And I can say so because I've been there. For years, I blamed other people for my pain... hurting them in the process. At one time, I was a victim, but instead of turning those scars into power, I spent plenty of years unintentionally cutting others who got too close. I didn't realize I was doing so, in fact I was certain it was never my fault. In many cases, it wasn't, but in others it was.
It took a lot of hard work for me to know that about myself and what's further - to heal it. And unless you want to bring hurt and negativity to the world, then you need to do the same thing.
Take an honest look and allow yourself to see your flaws, imperfections, scars and wounds, and take ownership for how they might be harming those around you. But don't get stuck there in the shame or sadness, push forward. God can make anything new and he can use any story for good. So, find the power and the strength to not only SEE those things, but to HEAL them.
Not only will you be fighting for yourself, but you'll be fighting for the people who love you and for your future. Go to therapy, commit to your faith, forgive those who've wronged you and shape yourself into someone who won't continue that pattern of abuse or mistreatment that was imposed on you. Please, choose to fight for peace.