That titillating tip comes courtesy of Rob Frankel, who offers a line of sensual messages at hoochymail.com.
He says the big mistake people make when writing love letters is coming on too strong romantically, which often scares away the object of desire.
Frankel says the words, I love you, can expose a persons emotional neediness while I want you lets them know what you really want and also where you see the relationship going.
Some problems with love letters are simply the differences between the sexes. As he puts it, Women like imagery while men like graphic images. Thats why Hustler has pictures and Harlequin romances are all text.
Another problem with most love letters is execution. Frankel says trite phrases and bad rhymes can make the reader lose focus from the real message.
As he puts it, If that person really means something to you, let a pro write it. After all, you wouldnt try to grow your own roses.
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