She realized what I was doing, and in a nice way told me she wasn't ready for that commitment. A few months later, though, she was ready to move in together.Since then, things have been great and she openly talks about spending the rest of our lives together.Whether you're writing to your life's partner, your significant other, or just a "special someone," getting started on your romantic magnum opus is just a few helpful tips away.Dear Meredith, My girlfriend and I have been together for nearly eight years. It's been a great relationship for the most part, and we've been living together for two years now. She was only 20 at the time and said she needed space because we'd been together since she was young.Writing a love letter to the woman you love can be a daunting task and is something that most men avoid these days.
She said that after those experiences, she felt ready to move in with me, and that she left those mistakes behind her.
But I recently heard that two years ago, my girlfriend had been seen kissing some other guys.
After I discovered this, I confronted her about it and she broke down and admitted the truth.
But what about writing letters to someone you love, when they aren’t your boyfriend or girlfriend?
There is a vulnerability involved as questions begin to come into your mind, once you sit down with paper and pen (Will I scare him/her off by declaring my true feelings?