Write Your Own Love Letter In 6 Easy Steps - Moleskine and Me

Writing tips for you who stuck before writing the second line of love letter.

I experience problem several times, when I was trying to write a love letter for my lovely wife. I wrote the first Dear line easily, but then I stuck just before writing the second sentence. What should I write then? because I have many things in my mind but I just couldn't express it fluently. Recently I found a good tips to reduce my problem. Here there are, you can adopt it if you find it useful. Love Letter is wonderful

Everyone wants to be loved. When you are busy living life, there never seems time to slow down and really savour that central relationship that makes it all worthwhile. Oftentimes we think that those closest to us know exactly how we feel about them and how important they are to us. But the sad reality is that often they don't. So how can you write a love letter that you will feel proud to give and one that your loved one will cherish for all time? Where do you start?

1.First write down 5 things that you love about your partner and be as specific as possible.

Rather than writing that they are kind, instead be detailed about how they are kind. Perhaps they always smile at waiters in restaurants or they are great at making people feel included, especially at parties.

2.Write down 5 things that they have done that confirms how much you love them and again, give examples.

Perhaps they enveloped you in a hug last night when you were feeling frustrated about your family. Or maybe they knew how disappointed you were when you missed out on that promotion and they cooked a special meal to cheer you up.

3.Pick the best three examples from each of the above categories and weave them into your letter.

You could start by saying 'I love how you…' and then include the three examples from the first point. Then you could say something like 'I loved the way you…' and then mention the other examples. Make sure you emphasise how their actions made you feel, how loved you felt and how grateful you are to have them in your life.

4.It is best to write up a draft first and then go over it to see if you can improve it.

Sometimes it helps to write up what you want to say, edit it until it flows well and then leave it for a day or two before going back for a final edit and polish.

5.Buy some special paper and write out your letter.

Don't worry if your handwriting isn't perfect - it's distinctly yours and your loved one will appreciate the time and effort you put into the letter. If you feel your writing is so bad it will be difficult to read or if your illegible handwriting is something you've argued about before then pay to get it hand written by a professional. At a stretch you could use a more romantic font on your computer, say Garamond in italic, but you should really only do that as a last resort. The more personal you can make your letter the more your loved one will treasure it.

6.Think about how you plan on delivering this letter to them.

Will you slip it in their briefcase? Mail it? Leave it under the pillow? Do you want to be there when they open it? If you want to see their reaction, then it is best to hand it to them. You could team the letter up with a small gift like flowers or chocolate but make sure the gift doesn't diminish the letter as you want that to be the main focus. If a birthday or anniversary or other special occasion is involved you'll want to include mention of that too.

By Jill Brennan
About the Author: Jill Brennan has been writing letters to her husband and children for years. Now she has put together a package of easy-to-use template letters to make it easy for you to tell your loved one what they most want to hear: how much you value them. Let her help you send them a reminder today. Visit http://www.loveyouletters.com.

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1 Comment:

  1. Anonymous said...
    Have you try these tips by yourself?

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