Dearest Daughter (Daughter’s Name),
At the starting of the letter, I would like to tell you that I love you with all my heart. You are my only child and I will always there for you no matter what happens. I would like to tell you both thanks and sorry. Thanks for exposing your heart to me and sorry for not understand your feelings. I know that I have not been a perfect dad. I have not been honorable by anyone. I have blown it so many times. I have broken so many commitments, have done so many things without knowing you. Yes, I am a liar, cheater, and selfish. I obviously made a mistake when trying to raise you and for that, I sincerely apologize.
I am sorry that your dad never took his role of being a dad seriously and every day of my life I wake up hating myself forever for choosing such a selfish heartless person to call your father. Your dad is not your hero at all.
I know I never give you proper time at all. The workload of the office is increasing day by day. But I assure you from today I will give you the proper time which you deserve. Honey, you are my life. I can’t see your sad face. Please always keep a smile for me. I love you a lot.
Here is a sample template you can use to write an apology letter to your daughter.
I hope you are doing well, my little angel. We miss you here so much. I know I have not talked to you in the past few days as I was too busy with my office work, and I am really sorry for hurting you in any way.
I know I have made a mistake by assuming that you understand my deep love for you without even showing it to you. Thus, the unsaid words have created a needless misunderstanding between us. Today, I am writing this letter to clear out everything and to offer you my profound apology.
[Mention your reasons for seeking apology]
I want you to know that I am proud of what you have become. I as well as your Mom/Dad love you so much. I hope you would think about this and forgive me.
With lots of love,
Yours [Your name]
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My Apology Letter, I'm Sorry Dad
Dear Dad... I’m writing this letter as an apology for my unessential behavior. I don’t really know where to start, I have so much to say but don’t know how to begin. I know it's been hard for you and mom when I don’t act right, the worry I have put you both through, the pain. This upsetting mess has been so hard for you guys to put up with.
Why didn’t I respect all your commands or why didn’t I listen to you sometimes even when you sat there and talked to me nicely? I don’t even understand it myself--why I do these thing that raise your blood pressure and makes you feel hurt. And this sorrow was caused by my selfish and thoughtless behavior.
I can’t very much explain my actions, neither justify why I do them. My excuse would be it’s a generational thing and I copy what I see. I remember you always remind me to be the leader and the only time that I should follow is when the leader I choose to follow is Jesus. Many people would say how, or I’m not perfect but, it’s because they never try because if Jesus was perfect we can be too. Many people can say that it’s impossible to be like Jesus but in a song I’ve heard that 'impossible' is just reason or word for someone not to try.
I’ve lied and hurt you so badly. And I can never take back what I did as much as I wish I could turn the clock backwards and make the right decisions.
You’ve been the only one that has stuck up for me, even when mom would say something that's not right to me. But, I’ve proved you wrong now. All those time that you’ve been telling her to not say stuff like that to me has gone to waste because I’ve proved you wrong.
You’ve loved me unconditionally, trusted me, and you truly cared for me. Most importantly you’ve worked hard for all my needs and genuinely wanted what’s best for me. I know I’ve lost your trust, care, and kindness. But one thing I also know is that you still love me because if you didn’t you wouldn’t get mad when I do wrong. You wouldn’t punish me when I do wrong. You wouldn’t let me do what I want that’s wrong.
I really want to be the good and perfect daughter of your dreams, like when I was first born. I do want to earn back your trust, care, and kindness. I want to be the daughter that makes you proud. But when I act sometimes I don’t think about what’s going to happen next, and what the consequences will be, or the hurt and the pain you feel as a result of my actions.
In a flash of my eyes I’ve done wrong and made you angry.
When you ask me how do I feel after I can’t explain them verbally but, to be honest I can write my feelings on a sheet of paper. I can talk all day about a topic but, when it comes to talking about my feelings I take that as a difficult challenge.
I know I shouldn’t be afraid to talk to you about anything but, most times, I just am. Because most of the times that I would come to you is to tell you about the actions I’ve done and it’s hard because I don’t know how to talk about my feelings. I can think about how you will respond and if I don’t tell you now what could happen later.
I’m not perfect, I know that’s not a good excuse but when I lie to you I feel guilty. And I don’t get a prize for lying I just get the effect from it. I think the reason people lie is because they don’t want the truth to come out. I cried because I realized I brought out the worst in you. In my heart I know that I’m a good daughter. I do have good intentions, I do not go about them in the right way.
I love you so dearly, with all my heart and soul, more than anything in this world.
I know when I was born you were so happy to have one and only one daughter. And I know that you didn’t expect or plan on me being like this. I’ve treated you unfairly, every time I think about it I know it’s not the right thing to do. I don’t really know why I have acted the way I have but, I know that I’m going to find a way to fix it.
I’ve broke one of God's commandments I didn’t: "Honor your father and your mother that your days may be long upon the land which the LORD your God is giving you."
I am sincerely sorry for all the sorrow I’ve caused you. I am going to show you how thankful I am to have you as my dad. I am asking for one more chance of your trust and caring to show you that I really and truly mean what I say. I am going to make decisions and I am going to make good ones. I am going to try to be the perfect person and daughter. I am asking for your forgiveness for my wrongs and asking for that chance to prove you that I can do better.
I’ve prayed about my situation and asked God to forgive my sins.
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Letter to My Daughter: I’m Not the Father I Should Have Been
Daddy’s little girls. I’ve been blessed to have two in my life. You were the first. And you were the one who didn’t get the daddy you deserved.
Today, I’m again compelled to say: I’m so sorry.
I was a child myself when you were born. I was 18 years old, had just finished my freshman year of college, and could barely provide food, much less provide the kind of home or nurturing you needed at the time. I tried to be a good daddy, I promise. I know I didn’t try hard enough. My immaturity, selfishness and stupidity were too much to overcome.
Despite sterling success and happiness in many areas later in my life, I never forgot those early failures as a father. For years, I was ashamed and insecure. I internalized and masked my pain the best I could. I didn’t really talk to anybody about it. I should have.
You probably don’t realize that it was you and your graciousness that helped me eventually find some solace. IPhones, iPads, laptops, Skype, etc., have allowed us to stay in constant contact, and we have grown closer every year, even though we haven’t lived in the same city since you were very young. We always make the best out of our time together. It sucks that is usually only a handful of visits per year, but you have never shown anger or bitterness toward me despite the countless band concerts, birthdays, holidays and volleyball games I have missed. You have loved me no matter my shortcomings and our circumstances. Our relationship is one of the great joys of my life.
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Yet today, I’m experiencing a new round of old emotions. Some sadness even. Your high school graduation is just weeks away. That has naturally prompted a season of reflection. I’ve recounted so many happy moments from the past 18 years. (Chaperoning your band trip to Disney World was a particular highlight.) But I’ve found myself too often focused on what I could have done differently and better over the years, especially when you were very young.
And it’s not just your graduation that’s getting to me lately. For the past 16 months, I’ve had a constant, daily reminder of just how much we missed: Sabine.
Your half sister is getting the daddy I wish I could have been for you. A daddy whose face is often the first one she sees in the morning and the last one she sees at night. A daddy who’s in a loving marriage with her mom. A daddy who shows her every day how a man should treat her. A daddy who cooks her meals, answers her cries, takes her on date nights and does her hair.
During many of those sweet and routine moments with Sabine, I find myself thinking about you and what might have been.
Still, things worked out beautifully. You have flourished beyond any parent’s wildest expectation. None of the credit for that should go to me. Your mother has been the driving force behind the young lady you’ve become. Your stepdad has been a positive influence as well. You’ve always been an A student, you excel at anything you try, and you’re simply a good person. I can’t imagine anything I could have done differently that would have made you a better young woman. I only wish I could have given you more and richer memories of the time with your daddy.
During moments of self-doubt over the years, my mom tried to reassure me by saying, “Do the best you can. All you can do … is all you can do.” I agree. It’s just that no one tells you how to cope when you realize that doing “all you can do” often means you’re still not doing enough, especially when it comes to being a good parent.
In a way, you and I have grown up together. Though I’m sure you’ve made a more significant contribution to my growth than I did to yours. You spurred something in me. I was driven and motivated to make you proud and to support you the best way I knew how. Without you, who knows where I’d be.
I can’t help that the urge is back. The urge to tell you I’m sorry. But I know you won’t accept it. You will tell me what you’ve been telling me for years: I have no reason to be sorry. So let me thank you instead. I wasn’t a great father to you. Thank you for being a great daughter to me.
To dad daughter from letter sorry
Sorry Letter to Daughter From Dad
The relationship between a daughter and her dad is one of the most beautiful associations. A daughter is like a princess for her father and to her, her father is like a hero. But sometimes due to some misunderstandings or unfulfilled expectations, this bond of love gets affected. Sometimes even a father can make a mistake or hurt his cute princess. In such a scenario, writing a warm and heartfelt apology letter is the best way to express your feelings to her and telling her that you are sorry for something wrong that you did.
If you are confused about how to start writing a sorry letter to your daughter then have a look at the example template given below for reference. Use it for writing a customized draft that can help you express your daughter that you are sorry for your actions.
Sample Sorry Letter to Daughter From Dad
I am so sorry that I could not be there with you on your Graduation Day. I know that it was one of the most special days of your life and you have really worked very hard to make it even more special. I understand that you were expecting me by your side and that I should have been there with you when your dream was becoming a reality.
My sweet little girl, I had got done all my bookings for visiting you on your special day but somehow due to bad weather conditions, the flight was cancelled. I tried a lot but I could not find any other way to reach you on time. I felt so disgusted that I should have come with your mom a day prior leaving no room for such an emergency to happen. I wish there was some option to reach at that ceremony on time.
Please forgive me because sometimes situational factors are not in your hands and you can just see and do nothing. But to make up to you I have arranged for a big party. We are going to celebrate your Graduation here with our family, your friends and our neighbors. I am sure you will love it.
Once again I am really very sorry for not being present at the function.
Love you lots
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We all make mistakes. But what makes us a better person is realizing these mistakes and apologizing for the same.
Dad’s heartbreaking apology letter to daughter for hating her when she was born
This is going to be a hard letter to write, but probably a harder one to read.
But don’t worry, I’m going to be with you as you read it. I’m not going to let you find any of this out on your own; I want to be there with you as you read what I’m about to say.
Right now, you’re 11 months old, and I guess I’m writing this as you never know what could happen to me in the future.
I just wanted to have something to add to your box of letters that talks about this.
And it’s going to be a much easier topic to bring up if you can read about it first, and then we can talk about it after.
Besides, I want all of this to come from me, and not have you discover it somewhere else. You see, when you were born I had something called postnatal depression.
I’m not sure how old you are as you’re reading this, what you understand about depression, or how much of it you will be able to grasp.
But either way I’m here with you to talk about it, or I’ve died and your mother will have to do it. If that’s the case, then I’m sorry that I’m dead.
Hopefully you know about death, otherwise one of us has to explain that to you as well now, so whenever you read this letter, it’s going to be a fun day!
Where was I? I apologise. Daddy does love to talk nonsense and go off on a tangent. I dare say you’re very much used to that by now.
This might not sound very nice, but for the first 12 or so weeks after you was born I didn’t like you very much.
Some of the following things are going to be hard to read, but it’s very important that I’m honest with you, even if that honesty is difficult to hear. But there were times when I hated you.
I regretted having you, and thought that my life had been ruined by you being born. I know that’s hard to read, but trust me, it’s incredibly hard to write too.
I’ll be honest and tell you that the baby stage of your life is one that at times I’ve found very hard.
I still occasionally struggle these days, and I’m by no means a perfect dad. I wish all of this came easy to me, but for whatever reason, it just doesn’t.
But you have to know this: those feelings are never me. You see, there’s something inside daddy called depression. It’s been there a long time, and is probably always going to be there in some form.
But I never thought it would try to tell me that I didn’t like you.
You see, depression can cause a person to think horrible things without their control, and make a person feel unhappy, angry, or even worse, make a person feel nothing at all. And that’s what it often did to me.
None of it was your fault. I don’t want you to feel any blame in any of this. You were an amazing baby, and hopefully you’re an amazing child, but it didn’t matter.
My depression didn’t care how good or bad you were. It was just telling me not to love you and to get away.
But luckily, I didn’t listen. My life could be very different now if I did.
But deep down, underneath all the dislike, fear and depression, lay a love that I knew was there, but one I just struggled to see.
That love, along with the support from mummy (mam, mum, mammy, there are too many versions) kept me going.
I hope that what we have now, as you’re reading this, is amazing.
I hope that we love each other very much, we can talk about anything, and we’re all still together as one happy family.
Who knows, it might be more than just you now. We could have our second, even third, child by the time you’re reading this.
Or your mummy and I could be divorced and I only see you on alternative weekends. Which if that’s the case then that sucks. What’s divorce? Now I have to explain that one too? I’m not very good at this.
Whatever is happening in your life now, and wherever it goes, just know this: no matter how bad I felt back then, I will always you love you very much.
I know you’re going to have questions about this. And I always want to be someone you can talk to about anything. This letter was just a way of getting the conversation started.
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