Parent’s are a treasured possession and insulting or ridiculing them is a cardinal sin. Children, especially, tend to take up issues with their fathers, who more often than not, are responsible for their child’s moral uprightness. They are a child’s biggest critic and this can create a bit of friction. But, at the end of the day whatever a father does is for the betterment of his child.
All of us, who have been blessed with father, have had some heated moments with our father, and deep inside we regret our actions, especially because we never let them know about our guilt and humiliation. Although it is best to directly apologise to your father once you have crossed the line, if you are shy or embarrassed, writing a remorseful letter/email can be a decent way to convey the message.
While writing an apology email to your father, make sure you tell your father how sorry you are in the very first paragraph. In the second paragraph, try to offer an explanation for doing or saying whatever it was that you did or said to offend or anger him. In the final paragraph, make a promise to your father that you will do whatever you possibly can to make amends and refrain from committing the same mistake again.