Tips on Writing an Apology Letter
When writing a letter of apology, it's important that the letter come from the heart and that the letter doesn't include excuses. Avoid blaming the recipient in an apology letter with help from a relationship coach in this free video on dating tips and relationship advice.
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Hi I'm Donna Barnes. I'm a Life and Relationship Coach and the owner of NY Dating Coach in New York City. In this clip we'll talk about tips on writing an apology letter and first and foremost you should just come from your heart. I would say take responsibility for whatever it is that you did and really own what happened. Don't blame the other person in any way at all, talk in I statements and really come from the heart. Don't give excuses for why you did what you did, excuses aren't important. What matters is that you are sorry that you did it and that you're not going to do it again so really just be genuine, come from the heart, do not blame the other person in any way whatsoever and really most importantly let them know that you are not going to do it again because that is really what they want to hear. So write it on nice paper and send it in the mail. It think e-mail is so instant nowadays that everybody does everything so instantly, instant messaging it is really good just to get a good old fashioned love letter so take the time and put it in a card and really come from the heart. This is Donna Barnes in New York City.