The Love Letter
by WriteExpress Staff Writers
Describe how this relationship is improving your life, performance at school, or work.
Explain new and interesting surprises as you get to know your love.
List a few specific interests and beliefs that the two of you have in common.
Suggest that differences in your interests help to widen your outlook on life.
Love Letter Tips
To improve a relationship, focus on charm, respect and loving kindness.
Personal and sensitive love letters are best received in trusted relationships. They are often sent on occasions such as a birthday, Mother's Day, Valentine's Day or an anniversary.
It is much safer to write a passionate love letter if you are engaged or married.
Singles love to receive short
thinking of you letters
wishing them a happy day or praising them for an accomplishment.
Love Letter Topics
Thinking of You
Can we start over? (Let's see if the magic is still there.)
Dear Ex: Things turned out okay for everyone. (We're older now, but wiser.)
Goodbye forever (It's time to go our separate ways.)
Happy Anniversary! (Thanks for always being there!)
Has someone come between us? (I see the telltale signs.)
I love you. (Last night was unforgettable!)
I really miss you. (Please come home soon.)
I want to spend the rest of my life with you. (My love is real and so is my commitment!)
I'd like to get to know you better. (Do you remember me?)
I'll do whatever it takes. (Just please come back.)
I'm falling for you. (We're made for each other!)
I'm glad we went out together. (I want to see you again.)
Let's part on good terms while we can. (It's time to go our separate ways.)
Please forgive me. (This relationship is worth saving!)
Sorry we didn't agree. (But can we kiss and make up?)
Sorry, this isn't working for me anymore. (We need to separate for a while.)
Tell me what I did wrong. (I know I can make it up to you.)
That was a stupid thing I said/did. (But I don't usually behave this way.)
Too many things have come between us. (Let's go back to the way we were.)
We need to see a marriage counselor. (It's time we let someone come between us!)
We need to slow down. (I'm feeling a little crowded!)
We never really talk. (Tell me what you're thinking.)
We've come to a standstill. (Let's reconsider our goals.)
You mean everything to me. (You're my better half; we make each other whole!)
You really hurt me. (But tell me your side of it—I'm listening!)