How to Write a Sorry Note to a Friend after a Disagreement - Free Example
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Sample Letter to Make Peace With Family After a Fight, Conflict, Dispute
I wanted to say a few words, following our recent disagreement. I know we both got pretty upset and the topic was one that was both delicate and difficult to express our individual thoughts.
I thought about calling, but thought perhaps it would be easier to write down what is going through my mind right now, and maybe with a letter, the words come across clearer and less antagonistic to us both.
I want to start with apologising for my behaviour, my harsh words which I know are hurtful, as are yours when we both have something to say and don't see eye to eye.
I am sorry that I upset you. I have spent the last (few days, month etc.) thinking about our dispute, our friendship is too important for me to let something like this get between us and our years of already going through so much together. We have always been there for one another when we each needed some company or just simply an ear to listen to our problems of the day.
I don't think any argument is worth just letting all the past slip by un-noticed.
I think it would be good if we both sat down, face to face and try to talk through what upset us the most, both of us from both our individual point of views, so that we both feel heard by each other.
I think that is perhaps the most important thing... for us to feel that we each understand each other, not necessarily agree, but understand. From this we can work towards being more sensitive to each other's points of view and at least try to temper the blow that we had between us.
What do you think?
I do hope that you will agree that our friendship is too important to let an argument get between us and hope that we can arrange to meet up soon.
Time heals but it also makes us remember... and I remember too clearly all the good times we have had during our years of friendship.
I hope that you will too.
Looking forward to hearing from you,