Make a Difference with a Love Letter to Your Wife

Love letters. Did you and your spouse exchange them when you were dating and engaged? Personal love letters are one of the oldest forms of communication between a husband and wife. Writing a personal love letter takes time, thought and energy.

In fact, the success of marriage enrichment programs like Marriage Encounter, depend upon the willingness to write your positive feelings to your spouse. A personal love letter is a form of everyday honeymoon that you can give freely to your wife.

Many husbands ask, “How do I write a love letter to my wife? I don’t know what to say or where to begin” It’s easy, once you know the occasion and just begin with what you want to say.

The key part of the question, what is the “best thing” to say, needs a little explanation. Writing a love letter for the wife begins with knowing the occasion and timing of three things. First, know what is triggering you to write the letter. Is it gratitude for a gift of service, sacrifice for the family?

Is it admiration for persistence in loving a stubborn and difficult child? Is it a major anniversary, a birthday or even a holiday, like Thanksgiving or Christmas? One you determine the occasion, you can begin to write a love letter in a context that will be meaningful to your wife.

A love letter between husband and wife is an intimate revelation that serves one of life’s most treasured moments. To be treasured, a love letter between husband and wife doesn’t have to be long. It can be a couple of sentences in length, written on fine stationery or even on a 49 cent card from Factory Card Outlet.

Knowing how to write a positive and loving letter is not hard. As long as you are aware of the impact that your wife has on you and your family, and are grateful for it, the words come spontaneously.

Learning how to write a positive and loving letter to your wife is challenged by the influence of modern society’s media and mores. Despite the negative influence and depiction of husbands, you have the power to choose.

You can succeed by shaping your thinking with positive associations, monitoring your thinking to encourage positive thoughts and develop your “love vocabulary” so that writing love letters become easier and more enjoyable to do.

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