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[Subject: Normally bold, summarizes the intention of the letter] -Optional-
Dear [Recipients Name],
I am sending you this letter, just to ask you for another chance. I know you've heard me say this before and that we've failed quite miserably at trying to rebuild our marriage in the past, but I can never be complete without having you next to me and sharing my life with you.
There is no doubt that there is a lot of work to be done. I admit that the way I've handled our arguments in the past weren't always very constructive. I walk out in the middle of fights and just shut you out. I realize now how damaging that was to our partnership and how it didn't help solve the problems we found were facing. Now I am more than willing to begin the process of changing for the better. But to successfully do so, I would like to ask for your help and support.
We've said and done so many things that I know we didn't mean out of anger, frustration, and, maybe, even despair. But I know that deep inside, we regret the things we have done that have led to the dissolution of our marriage and regret to the things we didn't do to try to save it.
When we got married eight years ago, I knew I wanted to spend the rest of my life with you. That hasn't changed despite the fact that we haven't been together for almost nine months now.
I want another chance, and pleading with you to give me an opportunity to make things right. I love you so much and care for you and to think that we have no other recourse but to get divorced just breaks my heart. I know that we still love each other, we just need to work harder at making our marriage work. There is much sacrifice that needs to be done; we have to set aside our pride and just be humble in accepting our faults. I know I've done you wrong but hope you can find it in your heart to forgive me and see the change that I'm willing and have started to make.
I miss you and hope that I can be with you again soon. I love you.
[Senders Title] -Optional-
[Enclosures: number] - Optional -
cc: [Name of copy recipient] - Optional -
Give our marriage a second chance. Sample letter #1.
Further things to consider when writing love letters to someone you love
Love letters are letters you write to the person you love to express your affection. Whether delivered by mail, hand, or romantically left in a special location, a love letter is one of the most romantic ways to express your true feelings to the person you cherish. This letter can be anything from a lengthy explanation of feelings to a short, simple message. Love letters (especially the handwritten ones) make a special, rare treat that people can hold on to and cherish. These are keepsakes that your partner can come back to whenever he/she wants to feel a bonus burst of love.
Well drafted love letters can not only make your significant other cry tears of joy but also deepen your connection with him/her. Start by stating the purpose of the letter. It can be something like, "I was thinking about how I don't tell you enough how much I love you." Clearly express your undying love for the recipient. Refer to a shared romantic memory and mention the things you love about the recipient. Mention how your life has changed since you both met. End with a statement that sums up and reaffirms your love and commitment.
Letters to Someone You Love
Letters to someone you love are, simply, the letters you send to a person you cherish and care about. The recipient of such letters could be your parents, your brother or sister, your child, your spouse, or any other person you truly care about. Although the words can still come out of your mouth, writing a letter to someone you love gives you an opportunity to choose the right words to express your appreciation and admiration for your dearest. It doesn't matter if the letter sounds funny or funky as long as your words come from the heart.
When writing letters to someone you love, you first need to evaluate your relationship with this person so that you can determine which direction your letter is going to take. Begin the letter with an intriguing phrase that will immediately catch the recipient's attention. Tell the recipient exactly why you are taking the time to write. Discuss happy memories the two of you have shared, especially those you think the person might have forgotten over time. Mention your beloved's strong and best qualities and how he/she has changed your life. End with a statement that reaffirms your love for this person.