Letter of Apology to Spouse or Significant other After Argument
Write this type of letter to apologize to your spouse or significant other (boyfriend or girlfriend) after having an argument with him or her. Explain your feelings and thoughts as objectively and honestly as possible, and if possible, talk about some possible resolutions for the issues brought up during the argument.
[Your letterhead, if desired; if not, your return address]
[Date of letter—month, day, and year]
[Recipient's first and last names]
[Street or P.O. box address]
[City, State ZIP code]
Dear [recipient's name]:
I just want to apologize to you for the argument we had last night. I am also writing to let you know that I truly want to resolve things with you. I know we talked about things like your long work hours and the issues about working together to get the household chores done. I know there are ways that we can work together to resolve all of this in a way that pleases both of us.
I would really like us to talk about all of this more tonight, so please let me know if you want to do that too. I know that between the two of us, we can work things out and make our relationship even stronger in the process. Like I said, I am so very sorry for anything hurtful that I said during the disagreement last night.