Letters of Forgiveness: To a Lady I Worked For

To a lady I worked for, I was young. You were middle-aged. You were disabled. I was abled.  When I met you, my first impressions were; you were rude and had a chip on your shoulder. You offered me a job. I had my reservations. I was a student at university, desperate for extra cash. […]

Letters of Apology: To My Ex

To my ex, Our two and a half year relationship was a complete disaster. We hurt each other so much. I wanted to apologise. I wanted you to know I’m sorry. I’m sorry for all the “fluff”, all the big long facebook posts about my love for you that were shallow and ungenuine. I think […]

Letters of Forgiveness: To All of the Bullies

To all of the bullies, My childhood memories seem surreal, that your words and actions could shape who I  am and how I feel about myself today. I wanted to release all the pain, the bitterness, the grudges. I wanted you to know, I forgive you. To the guy at intermediate school who called me […]

Letters of Forgiveness: To Myself in My Early Twenties

Dear me, You have always done your best, with the resources you had at the time. I wanted you to know I’m grateful for this, thank you. I wrote another letter to you the other day but this one specifies the hardest time in your life where you felt the most lost, where you experienced […]

Letters of Forgiveness: To My Colleague 10 Years Ago

Dear Colleague, I worked with you ten years ago. I didn’t know you well, but something happened between us that has had an impact on me,  something that I need to release. I want you to know that I forgive you. I forgive you for noticing I was new to the alcohol game and a […]

Letters of Forgiveness: To My Flatmate at University

To my Flatmate at University, When you first moved in I felt sorry for you. The other 4 of us were all good friends, and when we had a spare room and advertised it, you ended up moving in. I remember making a real effort to get to know you, seeing as you were “the […]

Letters of Forgiveness: To the Man on the Train

To the man on the train, I catch the train all the time, day and night. I live in London and don’t drive so the train is completely necessary. A train filled with people, surely it isn’t risky. I thought it wasn’t, that was until I met you. I forgive you for strategically sitting next […]