I've been a member of this group for a while now and honestly Will has been the only person putting time and effort into it. WE ARE MEN. one of our defining characteristics is our interest in WOMEN, so if that is why we are all in this group, lets get some discussion going. Now Will already covered the basics of compliment giving and letter writing in a previous post here, but I'm gonna ask for some additional help. Little back story, I spent about two hears single after a previous romantic trauma. By single I mean no monogamous committed relationships. Then, I met the current girlfriend, within a week WHAM. It was like being hit by a ton of bricks, after 1 date, had no interest in the couple girls I generally kept on the back burner, and I knew this girl was something special. Fast foreward 4 months. I love this girl, and her birthday is on monday. I don't wana give her some trite hallmark card, I wana write her a love letter that will blow her away, something she'l keep for the rest of her life. Problem, I've never written a real love letter before. Any help would be rad. As for us as a whole group, nobody is the prefect lover, but I think we all have really strong points, so if we want this group to grow we need to offer advice whenever we feel we're qualified to, and ask for some help when were bad at stuff, nobody's an expert at the whole thing.

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I think you should, on scrap paper, just start writing whatever you're thinking, including "I don't know what to write here, so I'm just rambling," or whatever comes to mind. In an attempt to answer the question, "What is it I most want her to know I'm thinking about her?"

Then when you've written way too much, including awkward stuff, you can extract the good parts.

I bought a book of wedding invitation reply cards, to write on, because it looks cool and has no Hallmark stuff on it.

@Ian 

What did you end up doing for her?

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