It does not dishonor others, it is not self-seeking, it is not easily angered, it keeps no record of wrongs.1 Corinthians 13:5
The verse given above refers to love. Many times when we are hurt we feel like getting back at the one who hurt us. Perhaps you refuse to truly forgive and forget, holding grudges against a friend or family member. This type of treatment is painful and it is mean.
It hurts when you are shunned or treated poorly by someone. Harboring hurts and un forgiveness can build up a wall of resentment. This is exactly the kind of stuff Satan loves, discord and anger among brothers and sisters in Christ and family members. God's recipe for a successful relationship should include the ingredients of honor, peace, forgiveness, sacrifice, and forgetting wrongs.
Try something if you will. If you can not forget something someone did to you ask God to help you. There is nothing gained by trying to throw up a wrong in someone else's face. Let the Holy Spirit convict. Your job is to pray, love, and forgive.
PRAYER: Lord I want to be a representative of your type of love. Give me your strength to resist making lists of wrongs. Help me to remember to pray for those who may have hurt me, as your word tells me to. In Jesus' name. Amen.