I should be feeling the same. I believe I was unfairly sacked from a job I had been doing for ten years. I never had a day of sick, I did a lot of the jobs other people afraid to do, caring for people with challenging behaviour and learning disabilities.
So, to help me forgive and overcome my anger, I have done about two thousand hours of voluntary work for the people who sacked me. I still continue with this voluntary work now. I have probably given them about £15,000 of my time at minimum pay. Every now and then, I come into contact with the people responsible for my sacking.
But I cannot explain the profound sense of peace that I feel, it is beyond money. I say this, it is easier to do two thousand hours of voluntary work, than to hold onto anger for seven years.
My belief is, that the person who is able to forgive, gains more than the transgressor who is forgiven. I believe it is important to forgive, even if the other person does not say sorry.
Holding onto anger eats away at you. Anger is like picking up a burning coal, with the intention of throwing it at the person who angers you, and the person who gets burned the most is you. The longer you hold onto the burning coal of anger the hotter it becomes.