Sorry Love Letter, Sample & Format

Introduction:

A relationship may have some fights from time to time but to save a relationship one of the two people should put their ego aside and apologize as well as show the love to the other person so that they could both resolve the issue and get back to being together. A sorry love letter is written when a person needs to both apologize and convey his love in the same letter.

This letter might be written to resolve a fight or a misunderstanding and to show that the person is sorry for what he did and still loves the other person. A sorry love letter needs to be written in the correct format to correctly convey the feelings and should be written only with kind words and soft sentences. The letter should be full of love, and it should not be used to prove points of arguments.

Sample Letter:

From,

Miles Low

35 Lakeview Way
SWEDA WA 6306

DD/MM/YYYY

To,

Jamie Davidson

41 Adamsville Road
Laredo, TX 78040

Dear Jamie,

Re: Sorry

I am writing this letter to apologize to you for our fight this morning sincerely. As you already know, I have been going through problems at work, and the result was that I was very stressed out this morning. Unwillingly I argued with you and hurt your feelings. I never intended to offend you in such a way. I promise not to repeat my mistake ever again.

I know that I should not have taken my frustration out on you. You have been my constant support from the past ten years and have helped me through all the highs and lows of my life. I am extremely sorry for my behavior. By upsetting you, I realized that what you mean to me, and what I have with you, are too precious to hurt for such small reasons.

I never intended to offend you in such a way. I promise to not repeat my mistake ever again.

I hope that you will consider my request and forgive me for my behavior. I promise not to disappoint you next time.

With love,

Miles

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