Sorry Letter to My Boyfriend
Truthfully, putting into words how sorry I am will be really difficult but here it goes... I am, from the bottom of my heart, extremely sorry. I said hurtful things I shouldn't have because I was hurting and upset which is no excuse for it. You're an amazing boyfriend, best friend and partner and you only deserve the best.
No one, not even me, should treat you the way I did earlier. It was hurtful and even toxic. I never want to make you feel like you're not enough. You are far more than enough.
You never have to or feel like you should change for me and it was wrong of me to ask that of you because you're right.
It has never given us issues and until it does it's unfair of me to ask you to change that part of you. I can't say that I like it or agree with it, but what I can say is I'll do my own research and try to educate myself.
I know this apology is different but I want you to know how sorry I truly am.
I love you with all my heart and that's never going to change okay?
I will drive however many miles and hours to go see you no matter what. Monday I'm going to go visit you and when I do we will be together and after tonight you and I will move forward and learn from this because that's what we do.
We grow together and we learn from our mistakes.
I love you with all my heart. You're my whole heart and the love of my life. I hope you can find it in your heart to forgive me.
Forever & Always, Jess
How to Write an Apology Letter to Your Boyfriend
Begin your letter by acknowledging his hurt and validating his feelings. Express how sorry you are and that you want to make things right. Be honest and remind him how important he is to you and your life.
Finally, ask for forgiveness and if what you can do to prove to him that it won't happen again.
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