For many people, friends can be very hard to come by. Further, as you get progressively older, you will often find that it becomes more and more difficult to make new friends. With this in mind, it is important that you do all that you can to hold on to the friendships that you hold dear in your life. One such way of doing this; is to learn how to say sorry when you have done wrong. Sorry letters to friends give you an excellent example of achieving this and gaining a friend’s forgiveness when you have hurt them in some way.
Sorry letters to friends may come in any type of format and this will usually depend on just how close the two of you are. For friends that are not deemed to be much more than acquaintances, such sorry letters to friends probably will not go over the top, where sentimentality is concerned. They may well stick to the point more. With closer friends, however, these types of sorry letters to friends will set out what the friendship means to the writer and how devastated they would be to lose it.
It might be a good idea to take a look at an example of sorry letters to friends:
To My dear friend (Name of the receiver),
I need you to know that you are one of the most important people in my life. You have been there through thick and thin and have always been a person that I could rely upon in the past. Therefore, I could not be anymore sorry over the fact that I have hurt you so badly recently.
It is all very well writing sorry letters to friends, but I am the first to appreciate that what is contained in such a letter, must truly be meant. I promise you that this is the case now, and that I would hate it if our friendship were to end over this issue.
I ask you to give me a second chance and I will do all that I can to make this up to you. No matter what your decision, thanks so much for being such a good friend to me and I do hope this will continue forever?
(Name of the sender)