When writing an apology letter for cheating, it’s very important that you follow specific guidelines to create a winning and sympathetic perspective. Using these guidelines means not only that your letter will be read, but it will serve your purposes effectively. Furthermore, using such guidelines ensures that your letter will not contribute to unneccessary pain on the part of your recipient or yourself.
An apology letter for cheating should be devoid of details of your affair, discussion of the third party in all of this, etc. If you are indeed hoping for reconciliation, the last thing you want to bring up in a letter is the person involved in your affair. If you do get a reconciliation, this person/affair should be discussed at the desire of the cheatee. Furthermore, be aware that if you do want to resurrect your relationship with your stilted partner, this means killing the one you had with that third party. And I do mean ‘killing.’ No phone calls, no coffee, no nothing.
Granted, upon reading this and beginning your letter, it’s very likely that you may be feeling a bit of ennui. Cheating in relationships is an emotionally draining and heart-breaking experience for everyone involved, and it’s natural that you may feel extreme guilt/sadness/what have you. However, take heart. At very least, you can learn from your experience. Understand that millions of couples cheat and while it may be a less than admirable position to be in, regardless of your outcome, there is life after cheating.