Apology Letter For Disbelief

Dear [Name],

I want to start by saying how sorry I am for not believing in you. I know that my lack of faith in you has caused you pain and I want to apologize for that.

I know that I should have had more faith in you and that I should have trusted you more. I should have taken the time to listen to what you had to say and to understand your perspective. I should have been more supportive and encouraging instead of being so quick to doubt you.

I know that I hurt you and for that I am truly sorry. I should have been more understanding and patient with you. I should have taken the time to get to know you better and to understand your goals and dreams.

I know that I have let you down and I want to make it up to you. I want to show you that I do believe in you and that I am here to support you in whatever way I can. I want to be a better friend and to be there for you when you need me.

I understand that it will take time for you to forgive me and I am willing to do whatever it takes to make it right. I am here to listen, to offer advice, and to be a shoulder to lean on.

I know that I canÕt undo the past, but I want to be a better friend and to show you that I do believe in you. I am here to support you and to help you reach your goals.

Once again, I am sorry for not believing in you. I hope that you can forgive me and that we can move forward together.

Sincerely,
[Your Name]

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