Saturday, April 30, 2011

Sorry but you need Help

A sorry letter addressing a family member's addiction

Dear Chelsea,

Sorry but I cannot just sit back and watch you destroy your life. You need help. You may not want it, but we will not give up on you. I know how difficult it is to admit or accept things, but you obviously have a problem. You do not need to be sorry for it, but if you simply accept the fact you have a problem, this addiction that is slowly killing you, its not too late to make things right.

I love you, but I hope you can see through those urges that the people around you, the ones who love you dearly are suffering terribly seeing you like this. Think about your kids, they love you and they need you to sober up. We are not here to push your buttons or make you feel small, but we miss the old Chelsea who used to love life and would do anything for her kids. This is not you and this is not the life you deserve, you deserve better and we will see to it you will get the best care possible.

Your sister,

Monday, April 18, 2011

Sorry for your Loss

Dear Jill,

I am deeply saddened and shocked to hear about the passing of Mike. He was my dear friend and childhood buddy. Words can never express the difficulty of a passing of a loved one, I have lost family too in recent months, and I, too know how this wounds deeply. I would just like to let you know Mike is in our hearts and will be forever missed. 

I am so sorry for your loss.

All our love,
Tyler & family

Monday, April 11, 2011

Sorry, but I am Getting Married

Dear Debra,

Sorry you had to hear it from someone else. But we haven't really seen each other for so long and I don't really know where you live anymore, but the news is true. I am getting married this Sunday to Bertha, and she is really wonderful woman once you get to know her. I met her a few months after we parted ways, when you went out to pursue your dreams. Sincerely I hope things are going good for you as they have been for me.

It would be best if you not show up at the wedding. I hope you understand.

I wish you a good life!



Sunday, April 10, 2011

Public Apology: Sorry for Offense

A Public Apology letter for an Offense made

To Whom It May Concern,

My irresponsible actions last August 24, 2011 have caused great sorrow to those in the Bleakwood community. I deeply regret causing harm to a fellow student in my fit of anger.

I know sorry is not enough to rebuild the trust and respect I lost. But I am sincerely committed to change my ways and, I have submitted myself voluntary to a rehab facility and a 2-year anger management program to sort out my personal demons. I am on a 3-year probation on assault charges of which I will serve time for 6 months and a year of community service under the strict supervision of the state. I would like to be forthcoming about my situation and that the grave misdemeanor I've caused will not go unpunished by the law. I hope you will find it in your hearts to forgive me and still be open to the idea that a person like me with a dark past can still opt to change for the better.


Monday, April 4, 2011

Sorry for Bad Tweet on Twitter

Dear Pepper,

I meant no disrespect, I sincerely apologize if I offended you in anyway. The tweet was meant for someone else in my followers list, but I admit it was insensitive of me to tweet it when I'm well aware of what you're going through right now. I'm very sorry. Please check out my new tweet clarifying the issue.