Tips To Write a Friendship Letter

Published: 13th April 2011
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Friendship letters are normally written to send a friendship request to a person you like. People use them when they are uncomfortable to personally express their feelings of becoming friends. Those who fear face-to-face rejection also escape the moment by sending a written note.



Secondly, the letters are also written to keep in touch with old friends who are distant and you rarely meet them. It helps in maintaining the connection that would otherwise be lost if there is no communication. By whatever medium they are sent, be it post, e-mail, fax, or courier, it makes the receiver feel special and happy.



Though they are informal, but some tips can help you express your feelings better. Throughout the letter, keep the tone friendly. Also, start the letter with a friendly greeting. If you are writing to an old friend, then you can greet him in a fashion you used during old days. Friendship letters are nostalgic. Hence, you should write about what changes have taken place in your life, discuss developments, and future plans. You can also talk about some of the old moments spent together. As you are also curious to know about your friendís life, do ask him what is he doing, how is his family, when is he planning to visit, etc. Overall, the letter should be in conversational style. It should not appear to be a monologue on the recent developments in your life.



The good part is that the letters can be as lengthy and detailed as you want. You need not even worry about the wordings and formatting issues. You can enclose your latest pictures with the letter and ask for the same from your friend. There is no restriction on the type of paper you use. It can be colorful, plain, or handmade. You can write using different colors, draw pictures, insert emoticons, use abbreviated words, etc. Nothing is a problem. The main purpose is to convey how much you miss your friend.



On the other hand, while writing a friend request, be careful not to get too intimate. Keep the letter brief and polite. You should not sound as if you are imposing yourself on the other person. Maintain yours as well as the dignity of the recipient. Donít forget to end the letter asking when and how the receiver will reply to your request. Ensure to give your contact number correctly.



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