|Why You Should Convey Your Love via Email|
|Part 1: With email, you DO it.|
Say I love You
It is indeed surprisingly difficult to say "I love you". Be it that we are afraid those words from our mouth to this person will not sound authentic, be it that we are afraid of this step that makes it impossible to go back to where we came from, be it that we are "simply" afraid to be denied, be it that it's something we can't practice and even cannot learn on TV (though we've tried hard), it is hard to say "I love you".
This is why you should use email to confess your love.
With Email, You DO it
Everybody can tell at least one of these stories. These sad stories where, at the right time you did not have the guts to articulate your love -- and another time never came.
With email, you would have done it. From the excitement, the stress, the sweating, the fear, the trembling, the horror, the broken voice only the ecitement remains, and the trembling comes from it.
Fueled by this excitement and your feelings, you will write a fabulous email with your love's confession. If you had to speak, just this excitement could be your hindrance. With email, it is what makes you going (writing).
Love is a good
thing. Do you agree?
So confessing your love via email must be a good thing.
But even if you do not believe such sophistic arguing, there are plenty of reasons why you should indeed convey your love via email. (If you don't, you may be missing something.)