Apology letter to help restore your marriage
Marriage has its ups and downs, and at times you may need to restore your marriage. I know you cannot turn back the clock and undo a mistake you made that has caused pain and frustration in your marriage. However, you might consider writing an apology letter and sending it to your spouse. Below is a sample letter from a husband to his wife.
Hello Love of My Life,
“I just wanted to write you this letter to apologize for the mistakes I’ve made over the past few years. I’ve hurt and embarrassed you and I’m deeply sorry for doing so. I know you’ve given your heart and soul to make our marriage work and I’ve given for sitting your love
I’m guilty of not being the man I’m supposed to be and the husband you deserve. I wouldn’t blame you if you packed up and left me, but I do hope that you will give me the opportunity to restore your trust, love and affection for me and our marriage.
I have no excuses for the mistakes I have made and the way I have treated you. I would give anything if I could undo what I did so you don’t have to go through the pain, frustration, and disappointment that you’ve been through.
I realize that my words are meaningless unless they are backed up by my actions. I hope you can find it in your heart to allow me to show you my love. I will give 150 percent effort to be the husband you deserve and want.
I know it won’t be easy for you to trust me to do the right thing with you because I have broken the promises I made to you before. My heart is broken and I’m sure I won’t make the same mistakes again. All I ask is one more chance to restore our marriage and your love for me.”
Love always and forever, your bucket of love”
There is power in written words and if you can only write such a letter from your heart and really mean it, you might have a chance to restore your marriage. The key is to get your spouse to understand that you are serious about restoring your marriage.
If you can find a way to admit to some specific issues that you can take responsibility for, it will make your apology more effective.
Obviously, what you are looking to do is open the door to restore your marriage. Once you get your foot in the door, it’s up to you to back up your apology with your words and actions.