70+ Open when We Have an Argument Letter Ideas

Getting into a conflict in any relationship is quite inevitable. Minor miscommunication during our worst moments can pour bitterness into our words. If arguments are handled appropriately, they can bring people closer.

Conflicts can break even the strongest bond if not resolved on time. Here are some short letters you can send to the people you care about if your heart becomes heavy post-fight. 

Open When We Have An Argument Letter Ideas

Letters for Boyfriend

-Hey there, I hope you are doing fine. I am sorry that I didn’t apologize for the hurtful things I said to you. It took me a lot of courage to send you this text. Can you please forgive me and meet me tomorrow? 

-Hey love, it’s our first argument after we came into this relationship. Let’s resolve this fight just like we used to when we were best of friends. I guess we both will need time for this friendship-to-relationship transition. I don’t want to lose my best friend and my first love. And I am lucky to find both in one person. 

-Can we please not argue? I know I made a mistake by not listening to you. We both want good things for each other, so let’s make up. 

-I completely misunderstood you. I should not have made such a remark. I know you are working hard in your new job. I should have understood that you were stressed. Meeting you was the best part of my life. I never felt so complete. I don’t want a trivial fight to separate us. 

-You’re my soulmate, and without you, everything just feels empty. I know we argue a lot, but I guess our little fights bring us closer. 

-I know relationships can be full of hurdles, but I don’t want these hurdles to create cracks in our relationship. We can fix things by talking and valuing each other’s perspectives. 

-Yesterday’s argument suddenly degenerated into a harsh exchange of emotions. I know I have been reluctant about our relationship nowadays. I promise to change myself and express my love for you through my actions. 

Letters for Girlfriend 

-It breaks my heart to see you crying like this. I am ashamed to bring tears to your eyes when I promised to keep you happy. You’re such an amazing human being and a wonderful girlfriend. I am sorry for the things I said out of rage.

-It’s been a day without talking to you. Trust me, these 24 hours felt like an eternity to me. I know I can’t take back the things I said. Sorry for being so thoughtless about your feelings.  

-Hey babe, sorry for acting so poorly. Seeing you cry like this breaks my heart. Can we meet in our favorite spot and make things up?

-We both have different perspectives, and maybe that’s why we end up having heated arguments. I know you are equally upset about this situation. No matter how much we argue, my love for you will keep growing. 

-I am sorry, recently I was unable to give you time. I should have understood that long-distance relationships require more patience. Well, this argument made me realize how much I want to see you in person. So taking a flight to your city tomorrow. 

Letters for Mother 

-Hey Mum, I am sorry for being so rude and raising my voice. I completely understand that you are stressed about my health, and that’s why you were scolding me. I will make sure to eat my food at the right time, and you should do it too. 

-Sorry, mom, I know I hardly call you nowadays, and it does make you sad. I should not have behaved so ignorantly. I didn’t want our conversation to turn into a heated argument. 

-I am sorry to disappoint you with my results. I could not handle my failure and ended up saying things I shouldn’t have. I promise to work harder and make you proud someday. 

-I know whatever I said today is unforgivable. I promise to control my anger and listen to you. Living apart from you in this new city makes me feel empty. Even in this fast-paced city, I feel like my life has lost its pace. Can you please come and visit me?

-Sorry for not appreciating you enough for the things you do for me. It breaks my heart to see you disappointed in me. Arguments made both of us feel sad, but I was unable to express whatever was in my heart which made me behave so irrationally. My world revolves around you, and even though I don’t say it enough, I love you, mom.

-Our argument has caused deep pain to you, and I regret using harsh behavior. I disappointed not only you but also myself. I hope you will forgive me. 

Letters for Father 

-Sorry for being so indecisive about my life. I know you’re worried about me. Recently, I have made a career shift which makes me worry a lot and the constant fear of disappointing you. I am ashamed of the hurtful things I said. 

-You have always been my role model. Growing up, I always looked up to you. I know you want the best for me. I cannot express how much it breaks my heart to see my words hurt you. 

-You have been a pillar of strength in my life. I don’t want to lose your support because of my immaturity. I hope to make you proud someday.

-You always taught me that good people always acknowledge their mistakes and apologize. Today’s argument with you made me demean myself. I can’t believe I behaved this way to the person who loves me the most.

-I know you are disappointed with me after what I said today. No amount of apology can amend what I said today. My worst fear is not to have you by my side. Can you please give me another chance to become a better version of myself whom you can be proud of? 

-Recently, I have felt distant from you. I know you care for me, but I struggle to express my gratitude for having you as my father. I didn’t intend to use harsh words to get approval, but I am sorry it turned out that way. I hope you will be able to forgive me. 

-I have reflected on today’s behavior. Please accept my apology because I was not only wrong, but I also offended you when you wanted to give me advice. 

Letters for Siblings 

-I know you are protective about me, and I am sorry for misunderstanding your care as interference. Since childhood, you have been not only my sibling but also my best friend. I don’t want this argument to create any barrier. 

-Sorry for being so egoistic and adamant during our argument. You have always been my sole supporter. I hope you forgive me so that we can resume playing video games together again. 

-Sorry for my disrespectful words and my inability to control my anger. I don’t want my favorite person to remain angry at me. 

-Hey, sis, I know you are angry at me for behaving so rudely. Sorry for scolding you without listening. I know we fight a lot, but I didn’t expect today’s argument to get dragged this way. Call me whenever you are ready to forgive me. 

-I expected you to visit us this month as you promised. Sorry for getting angry when you said you could not come because of work. I should have understood your part as well. I am sorry for behaving irrationally and saying mean things. 

-You are the youngest one, and it is normal for you to be dependent on me. Sorry for not being there for you when you needed it and not apologizing for it. 

-After father, it is you who I look up to. Today my harsh words have made you upset. Father taught us not to argue and stay together. I am deeply saddened by my behavior. Please grant me your forgiveness. 

-I regret my words and I don’t want it to leave a scar on our bonding. Let me know when you are ready to talk and make amendments. 

Letters for Friends

-Hey pal, I am sorry that I lost my temper and yelled at you. Today’s argument was unnecessary. Can you please forgive me?

-I just want to apologize for my behavior today. Your actions did upset me, but I should have handled the situation with care. I don’t want to lose my best friend. Just tell me what I can do to make things right again.

-We both have different opinions and views, but it is important to hear and validate each other. After reflecting on the argument that happened today, I realized we both misunderstood each other. If you’re ready to talk, then we can sort this out because I don’t want to lose a friend like you.

-I know what I said was offensive. I would make sure that my behavior and words are more cognizant from now on. My intentions were never to be insensitive to you, but it turned out wrong. I hope you will be able to forgive me. 

-I know you are not in that place where you would want to have a productive conversation regarding our argument. All I wanted to say is you are my best friend, and I am ready to make amends whenever you feel right.

-Hey there, I know already there is a lot of tension because of what we said to each other today. I didn’t mean anything I said out of anger, and I know you didn’t mean anything either. -I didn’t feel that I was acknowledged enough that led to this disagreement. Still, it’s never too late. Let’s meet up and fix things. 

-Hey there, I know I completely overreacted today and lost my cool. I would work on expressing my emotions properly. The bond that we share means a lot to me. It’s hard to find a friend like you, and I don’t want to lose you over a silly argument. 

Letters for Grandmother 

-You know that I care for you a lot. Please see why I argued with you today. I want the best for you and want to see my grandmother healthy and happy. I might use harsh words, but my intentions were not bad. I hope you will be able to forgive me.

-Hey grandma, I feel remorse for the way I talked to you. My words were both disrespectful and hurtful. I know I don’t deserve forgiveness, but I don’t want to be the reason for your unhappiness. Can I please visit you?

-Grandma, I can’t express how saddened I am after our argument. I should have listened to you instead of being so stubborn. Can you please forgive me?

-Please forgive me for the despicable and hateful things I said. I cannot express how grateful I am to have you in my life.

Letters for Grandfather 

-I know I promised to visit you this Christmas, but I broke my promise, and we ended up arguing. My new job is making me stressed, and I could not even apply for the leave because of urgent work. I should have told you this properly instead of pouring frustration into my words. I miss you, and I will soon meet you.

-Hey grandpa, growing up, we used to spend a considerable amount of time together. After shifting to this new place, I hardly got time to reach out to you. I know you scolded me out of sadness, and I should have understood that instead of hurting you with my words. 

-Yesterday’s argument makes me feel ashamed for the way I tried to place my opinion. But grandpa, please understand, I want to do something on my own instead of joining the family business. I know that the way I said things were wrong, but whatever I wanted to express was not wrong. I hope you will be able to understand my view as well. 

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