I’m Sorry and I Love You Letters


Maybe you said something hurtful because you were in a bad mood. Or maybe you forgot to follow through on a promise. There are many ways to disappoint the one you love. Fortunately, there are also many ways to apologize. One of the most popular ways is with I’m sorry and I love you letters.

I'm Sorry and I Love You Letters

Before you say anything else in your I’m sorry and I love you letters, make sure you apologize. This will cause your reader to be more receptive to the rest of your I’m sorry and I love you letters. It’s important to take full responsibility for your actions while writing I’m sorry and I love you letters. If you try to blame someone else for your actions, your I’m sorry and I love you letters will seem insincere.

Next, you should open your heart and tell them how much you love them—you don’t have to be an expert writer to let someone know how much you care. Everyone likes to receive a compliment, and I’m sorry and I love you letters are great opportunities to let your significant other know why you love them so much.

Finally, let your loved one know how you intend to make up for you what did. You don’t have to make a grand gesture; just do whatever you can to make amends. And make sure to follow through—your I’m sorry and I love you letters will lose their meaning very quickly if you don’t follow through on your promises.

When a relationship has been damaged, both people feel bad. I’m sorry and I love you letters are quick, effective ways to repair your relationship—so send one as soon as you can! But it’s probably a good idea to give the letter to your loved one when they’ll have a chance to read it in private. They need a chance to concentrate on what you’ve said in your letter—so don’t stand there and stare at them while they read it. Your loved one will still probably want to have a face-to-face conversation about what happened after reading your I’m sorry and I love you letters, but don’t worry—the ice has already been broken.

I’m sorry and I love you letters should always be handwritten. Handwriting your I’m sorry and I love you letters adds a personal touch that typed notes lack. People very rarely receive personal, handwritten letters anymore, so it’s a special treat to receive one.

Poems are also great ways to say sorry.  So why not include one with your I’m sorry and I love you letters? Just look through a book of love poems to find one that expresses your emotions. If you can’t find a poem, use your favorite love song—song lyrics are poems set to music, so just find a meaningful verse and write it in a card.

Need an example? If so, here’s a sample letter you can refer to when writing your own I’m sorry and I love you letters:

Dear Craig,

I’m so sorry I didn’t come to your mom’s 50th birthday party. It was very selfish of me to skip her special day so I could go to a concert. It makes me feel terrible that I hurt you—and possibly your mother, as well.

I love you so much. Our relationship is very important to me, so I feel terrible that I damaged it. I don’t know what I would do without you—you’re the most wonderful man I’ve ever met.

If you’d like, we could take your mother out for dinner this weekend. I’d really like to get to know her better.

Love,
Eileen

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