As their child --whether 14 years old or showing your love and respect by making that first move can help reestablish and strengthen the relationship.
I cried because I realized I brought out the worst in you. Writing sooner also demonstrates a caring, sincere attitude.
I am so sorry things turned out the way they did. I know how much embarrassment I caused you with my unruly behavior. This time even I know that those words do not cut it.
I love you both and I am totally shattered that I may not be able to stand in your expectations. And everyone's running around the house cooking you your favorite foods, coloring in some cards, writing you some fancy poem, or last minute gift wrapping. It also demonstrates your ability to reflect and grow from the experience.
I am asking for one more chance of your trust and caring to show you that I really and truly mean what I say. Be Direct and Sincere Being direct in your apology letter will set the tone and help guard against appearing sarcastic, uncertain, over-dramatic or insincere.
A verbal apology may suffice, but writing an "I'm Sorry" letter can have a much greater impact on mending the relationship.
And I can never repay you for everything you are and all that you do. Whatever the reason, saying sorry to your mom and dad or both parents with an apology letter is a great way to start a conversation between ourselves and those we love the most.