romantic love letter to your spouse, valentin's day

8 Ways to write super romantic love letters

romantic love letter to your spouse, valentine's day

Valentine is here again and I want to show you another way to spice up your marriage doing what you know best to do. I am talking about how to write romantic love letters to your spouse; the type of letter that will take your spouse through a Rollo coaster of passion.

Do you want your partner to start seeing you as a romantic? You will be just that after reading this article.

I can see your face lit with a smile now; you are just being reminded of how things were when love was young in your life.

Trust me; I know how you use to feel whenever you are writing or when you receive love letters from your loved one; nothing else feels good than that.

But things are not smooth again.

Obviously, when you were trying to win him/ her, you did almost everything you could to make your loved one feel loved, you want to get in touch by all means, and you want to show that you really care.

You could spend 4- 6 hours on the phone or write 500 – 1000 words of romantic love letters just to express your feelings to him/her.

But where has the love gone to now?

Now you realized that things are not the way they use to be. You really don’t even have enough time to connect with your spouse anymore, due to the daily activities like taking care of the children, your job, the house chores, and so many other things.

In a situation like this, the only weapon that’s left to keep the romance alive is to write romantic love letters to him/her.

Question is, how are you going to write a letter now?

But, don’t worry; I am here to help you through some of the steps of writing romantic love letters that will make you super romantic once more.

So drop everything you are doing now and get yourself a glass of coffee, because we are going old school.

Let me reveal to you what will start happening to your marriage after writing these love letters.

  • Your partner will start seeing the new romantic partner from now.
  • Your word will make your spouse understand you more.
  • It’s a great way to encourage each other.
  • It is a safe way to share something that is bothering you calmly with your spouse.
  • It’s more romantic.

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