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November 15, 2018 Anniversary Wishes 2 comments

The letter you always wanted to write it to my parents, the response is always, “ Darling, he works very hard, please don't put pressure on him.

Here are some very simple rituals, some old, and some new that might help you achieve your romantic intentions.

A bouquet of roses set in the southwestern corner of your bedroom is thought to attract love.

To prevent a lover from straying, light a green candle to St. Martha and ask her to keep him faithful to you.

To find out if your lover will stay with you, cut an apple in half and offer him or her the other half. If he or she accepts the apple, he or she will be with you a long time.

Feed your lover a fig, with your initials carved lightly into it, to keep him or her faithful.

Select the following cards from a Tarot Deck – The King of Cups, the Queen of Cups, the Ace of Cups and the Lovers. Fan these cards around a pink candle and light it. Keep these cards spread out in this configuration for a period of seven days. This is an affirmation of your romantic intention to find or keep a lover or soulmate.

Procure a lock of your lover’s hair and twist it with a lock of your own in a clockwise direction nine times. Tie both ends with red thread and place in a safe place, such as a locket. Carry this in your pocket.

To have him or her think or dream of you more often, anoint the corners of a photograph with orange and rose oil and place the photograph under your pillow.

To attract a new lover, light a red candle to St. Barbara and ask her to make you attractive to your soulmate.

To keep you on your lover’s mind, do this after each time you part ways. Strike a match on the heel of your shoe and say “Be True.”

To bless your marriage and keep him faithful, serve him cooked cabbage on the new moon of every month.

Burn a pink candle, carved with both of your initials inside of your heart, along with the planetary symbol of Venus, to draw your lover to you.

Serving your spouse rhubarb pie on a full moon will keep him faithful.

To ensure that a relationship will last, fill a glass with water. Let him or her take a sip of it and then take a sip of it yourself. Then purposefully drop it so that it breaks. Collect the shards and bury it in the backyard.

Carry a rose quartz as a love talisman to draw love to you.

To arouse lust in a partner, scratch his or her name into the side of a red candle, anoint it lightly with olive oil and light it.

To find out how many more months a troubled relationship has left, cook some kidney beans. Place what you think is an equal amount of beans on your plate and then on his. Count the beans on each plate. The difference in the number of beans you have on each plate tells how many months you have left to work things out.

Wear copper jewelery, the favorite metal of Venus, to encourage loving vibrations around you.

To have him or her think of nobody but you, take two separate photographs, one of you and one of him and sandwich them with faces against each other. Bind this together with pink and red ribbon and keep in a safe, secret place.

To keep a man faithful, anoint his photograph with oil that has been soaked for three days in rosemary leaves. Rosemary assures the dominance of the female in the relationship.

To encourage a proposal serve your lover a bowl filled with seven strawberries covered with cream.


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The following letters exhibit just how incredible and inspiring the this mom made sure that he knew she loved and supported him in the.

Letter to a Troubled Son

troubled relationship letters for him

Ladies and gentlemen!

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Troubled Relationship Letters To A Loved One

troubled relationship letters for him

Troubled relationship letters to a loved one. Sometimes, we need to keep record of our troubled relationships, while some people keep diaries of situations, some people write troubled relationship letters to a loved ones. The loved one might be the person you are encountering the relationship with, family or even close friends that you want to get a certain perspective to what you are going through.

I got a number of  troubled relationship letters from a friend some months back. She actually wrote these troubled relationship letters to her man of 3 years, about their troubled relationship, and also wrote me one to understand her plight and what she was going through. While I will share the letters here for you to read, I would also share some others letters that I feel you may use as a template to write to a loved whenever you are having a troubled relationship.

In one way, you may be trying to use one of the troubled relationship letters to a loved one to save your relationship, in another way you may just want to document what exactly is happening to you at that time, which is not a bad thing to do.


Troubled relationship letters to a loved one

Troubled relationship letter for him 1

I really do not know the way to place into words specifically to you, however I remember to what extent your love means to me. You have stayed with me through all the difficult times, and now I see how much you have gone through with me. Babe, I want you to know that these are trying times and no one is ever perfect. I just want you to know that just as you have stood by me, I will stand by you too. In the good, fair and terrible times, I will always stand by you. I need you to know that, now and forever.

We need to work through this situation together, I will support you just the way you supported me. The kind of love we share is special and I need you to realize that. All we need to do is come together and weather this storm together. You have put up with so much with me and it would not make any sense if anyone leaves at this time. What happened between us is a perfect example of the fact that we can stay together even when things become difficult. I don’t know what is going through your mind right now, but know that you have my love and support. I live and breathe for you my dear, and I am always here for you whenever you need me.

Troubled relationship letter for him 2

I will always acknowledge the fact that we have both encountered some ups and downs. Just like all relationships partners, we have had rough patches, remember that we had exciting moments too. Our lovely moments I will always keep in a safe place in my heart. Let us come together and remember the joyful moments which are way higher than these rough moments, and we revel in it day and night. I am sure this will give us the emotional and psychological strength to get through this phase.

We have shared so many great things and had great times together. You have displayed your love to me in the most amazing way, and YES, I know what your capabilities are. I am aware you can love with the whole of your heart and life, and this excites me enough to look beyond these trying moments. You have become a living dream of mine, and the love I have for you is just beyond what I can say. You are special to me in all ramifications, you need to know that TODAY, that I will never give up on you. I will never allow anything cause further issues between us. I love you so much.

Troubled relationship letter for him 3

The past months have really been rough, from you losing your job to your immediate family issues. I know darling, I know how difficult it has been for you, but see? I am still here. Although this had led to a lot of disagreement and fights between the two of us. You should know that my heart still beats for you. You alone are the only one that can make my heart beat in the fastest way ever. Your thoughts are ingrained in my memory, they never leave. I think of you in the morning noon and night. This is to show how important you are to me, I’d give up everything to be with you. Things have been pretty hard lately, but hey, remember all the good times, aye, and let us bring them back again. We can leverage all the happy memories and use that as the focal point to bring the happy times back into our relationship.

Troubled relationship letter for him 4

You have changed my life in a way no one has. Being with you through these years have shown that yes, truly, there is real and true love. True love is not found in the happy times really, but true love is really in the difficult times and working around it to make partners in love have the best that life can avail them. You complete me darling, you make me warm and whole. When the word ‘ I adore you’ escaped from your mouth, I am filled with so much joy and happiness that someone as special as you are can fall in love with me. You have not just fallen in love with me but also showed me what love as an action could be. I love the way you kiss and hold me close, and I love it when you purr into my ears, and allow me revel in the glory of your loving. I know that my future is with you and this trying time will pass. Always know that I am here whenever you need me. I am going nowhere darling, I am stuck with you and your love.







The letter you always wanted to write it to my parents, the response is always, “ Darling, he works very hard, please don't put pressure on him.

Letter To Him By Girl With Rough Past

troubled relationship letters for him

I will never forget the beauty I saw when I first set eyes on you. I never tired of telling you how handsome you were (often to your intense irritation). You were ambitious; it was infectious. You made me promises I never imagined you wouldn’t keep.

Life was exciting. We enjoyed nights out, exotic holidays, I felt loved and wanted. We married and had two children. Then everything changed. I soon realised that I wasn’t your priority and never would be.

You no longer have any zest for life, no interest in anything other than your gadgets. Conversation is one-way, no questions are asked and responses to anything I might pose are one syllable (paired with a grunt and a roll of the eyes). Meals have only ever been cooked by me and you have never attempted to prepare anything, I have asked that you try but to no avail. At night, we lie side by side, never touching, never speaking. I don’t cry myself to sleep any more, my tears don’t get me anywhere, no one can hear.

The pressure is often more than I can bear. I want to scream: ‘Where is the man I fell in love with?’

You haven’t touched me since the conception of our second child. All I want is to be held, to be brought a cup of tea in the morning, to be told I am appreciated, to enjoy life’s simple adventures with the man I am meant to share my life and my world with. You are irritated by any plans I make to ensure our free time as a family is spent as best we can together. All you want to do is sleep.

We both work full-time and we both earn the same but you treat me as your intellectual inferior. When your work day has finished, however, mine continues the moment I walk through the door of our house. Laundry, preparing meals for the children, food shopping, children’s homework, buying presents for parties, constant reminders. The pressure is often more than I can bear. I want to scream: “Where is the man I fell in love with?”

The pain is most palpable when we are among people who are clearly very much in love. The slightest touch that speaks volumes, a kiss on the neck which induces the saddest feeling within me simply in the knowledge that you will never do that to me. I need moments like those; they should be my fuel rather than the anger that now replaces the love that once was.

My friends acknowledge that I am in a hopeless situation and I freely accept that I have allowed it to get this bad. When I have mentioned it to my parents, the response is always, “Darling, he works very hard, please don’t put pressure on him.” I don’t respond. I want to weep and my heart breaks a little bit more.

I am scared that my children are being raised in a world where it is acceptable to allow a mother to do everything, where snapping is acceptable communication, a world where love isn’t everyone’s priority. It isn’t acceptable now and should never be considered so.

Your approach to life is the antithesis of mine. I want to laugh until it hurts; I don’t remember the last time you laughed. I want to run into your arms when you come home, and I want you to run into mine. I want to share the load.

I am so sad. For you. For me. For our children. For the life that we were meant to have together. But I can’t stay for the sake of the children; I know it would only prolong an increasingly unbearable agony. I always thought I was unbreakable, but continuing down this road will surely break me. Please don’t let that happen. Please let’s just hold our hands up, admit defeat and walk away as friends.

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