Respectfully, Sir (Name), I'm writing to you because I want to file an official complaint against my spouse. As a wife, I carry out all of my obligations. However, I did not anticipate my husband to mature into the guy he is today. He has put me in a difficult position by refusing to cooperate with me in any way, shape or form.
My problem with him is that he refuses to listen to anything I have to say. He also keeps harassing me by sending me text messages and emails even though I have told him many times over that I do not want to hear from him. In fact, I have blocked his number so that he cannot contact me at all. This makes me feel like he does not care about my feelings at all.
He has also been abusive towards me physically. Last year, he was involved in a car accident where another driver hit him. My husband suffered multiple fractures as a result of this accident. He is still not fully recovered yet but he tries to act like there is nothing wrong with him. The truth is that he feels guilty about what happened and regrets having brought me down too. He says that he wants to change but I don't believe him.
I need your help here because I don't know how to deal with this situation.
Mr. Husband, I understand that you dislike public displays of emotion, but I hope you will allow me to do so on this important day. You are the perfect spouse for me; I can't imagine anybody else in your shoes. You are kind, loving, and forgiving. You make me laugh even when I am crying, which is not easy for anyone. You encourage me to follow my dreams and you support me through good times and bad. I love you with all my heart and would never want to be with anybody else.
Happy Valentine's Day!
This letter should be written on February 14th or any other day but not on March 14th because it is her birthday.
You can start by saying something like "Honey, I know we don't show our feelings in public, but I just have to tell you...
Then you can go on to say what's on your mind without worrying about hurting her feelings.
After you said everything that's on your mind, you can end the letter with some type of action plan (such as to kiss her gently upon hearing how much she means to you).
Dear Mr. Husband, I love you more than you'll ever know. Your devotion to me and our boys is never unnoticed, but it is far too frequently unappreciated. Thank you for putting forth so much effort to provide for us. It's been tough to work two jobs that keep you away from our boys. But you do it without complaint or hesitation when you could be going out with your friends.
I appreciate how hard you work to provide for us. You are always thinking of ways to make our lives easier or better. I love that about you.
You have been through so much over the years and yet you continue to stand by me. You have been in jail and in the hospital due to drugs, but you didn't quit on me. You kept coming back for more because you knew that I needed you. I am proud to say that I haven't failed you as a wife; instead, I believe I have succeeded in helping you find happiness again.
Thank you for being there for me when I need you the most. I love you with all my heart and will continue to show my gratitude by providing for you as best I can.