I'm saying it for you first - slowly, peacefully....
May you be well, peaceful, and free of suffering.
May no harm come to you.
May no difficulties come to you.
May no problems come to you.
May you always find success.
And may you also have patience, courage, understanding, and determination, to meet and overcome, the inevitable difficulties, problems, and failures in life.
Now you can say it. First, for yourself. Then for me or anyone else. You can say it again and again, moving from the most personal (family members, friends) to those you do not know, to those toward whom you feel neutral, even for enemies or those with whom you are in conflict, and finally for all beings.
This Loving Kindness Meditation comes to me via Kusala Bikshu, a Buddhist monk, whom I met at a conference a few years back. Different versions of this meditation are used by many Buddhists to cultivate compassion and to transform suffering. (I hope you took time to click his name and watch the video of Kusala. Once you meet this man, you never forget him!)
I have found it particularly helpful to say this meditation for someone with whom I am having a conflict. Somehow, if you repeat this - again and again - for such a person, you will find yourself feeling differently toward them. And your meditation, your compassion and beneficence toward them, may allow the conflict to loosen up and dissolve.