Instead, it's getting angry? Doesn't sound very Christian, I suppose, but I'd go along with this because forgiveness is not ignoring a slight. I think talking about troubles helps you work through them, ignoring the and calling that forgiveness? Not so much.
Anger is a genuine emotion and if Jesus was entitled to have some anger, what hope is there for the rest of us to take on a Zen attitude when we've been wronged? Forgiveness should come after someone is sorry. Not before. Otherwise, repeat this with me, "I'm a doormat!"
You can genuinely forgive someone who has wronged you for your own health, but I contend that you can't live with them if they don't care to make things right. What say you?