No, everyone who has ever lived has been hurt!
Throwing pity parties and empathizing with those who lack control over their emotions is equivalent to giving them a "free pass".
The so called "battered wife" and "Stockholm syndrome" are examples of a psychological phenomenon where the abused/oppressed person expresses empathy and sympathy or has positive feelings toward those who hurt them. It's been said:
"The first law of nature is self preservation."
Whenever one loves their abuser more than they love them self they will "look for ways" to justify staying rather than leave.
Another misconception is the abused person believes they can "change" or "heal" the abuser (by loving him or her even more)!
If they've been told by the abuser how everyone has hurt them or abandoned them in the past this causes some victims to want to be "the exception". They will take all of their crap in hopes of proving to them that they really do love him/her hoping this will change them.
Life is too short to be trying to "fix people" or take on "projects".
The goal is to find someone who (already is) the kind of person you want to be with! If you don't like where you are... leave!
Thankfully there are over 7 Billion other people on this planet!
One man's opinion! :)