How to Write an Advising Letter to Your Younger Brother

As an elder brother or sister, you have so much responsibility for your younger brother. As you have just passed their age you know what to do and what not to do. So your advice always has an impact on your younger siblings.

Most younger brothers will follow the footsteps of their elder brothers/sisters, so you have to give proper advice to them in different stages of life on different aspects.

Tips to Write an Advising Letter to Your Younger Brother 

  1. There is no need to keep the letter formal, as you are writing it to your younger brother only, keep it semi-formal or informal.
  2. Figure out on which aspect are you going to give advice.
  3. Try to share your experiences or tell the benefits of following your advice. 
  4. Show your love and affection towards your brother in the letter through your words.
  5. The letter should resemble how much care you are talking about your younger brother.
  6. Don’t pressurize them to follow your advice, just share your opinion and let the final decision to them.
  7. Finally, wish them a better future.

Here are some advising letters to your younger brother on different aspects of life.

Write a Letter to Your Younger Brother Advising Him to Take Care of His Health


Name (Younger brother),


Dear _________(Younger brother’s name),

Hope you are doing fine. I got to know that you are not feeling well, Dad and Mom are worrying about your illness. Hence you are far away from our home, we couldn’t able to visit you but we would plan to meet you soon, or you can come to the home once your exams are over.

But before that please take care of your health. You will achieve your goals only when you are healthy. Don’t eat any junk food and try to reduce the usage of mobile phones until late at night. 

Mom is always thinking about you, and her blessings are always with you.

Hope you will recover soon. 

Best wishes, 

Your name.

Write a Letter to Your Younger Brother About COVID 19


Name of your brother,


Hello __________(Younger brother’s name)

It has been a long time since I have written a letter to you, but due to the current pandemic situation, I couldn’t able to stop myself to give you some advice to protect yourself from COVID 19.

I hope you understood the current situation, COVID has been affecting the lives of so many people irrespective of age and gender.

Always wear a mask and keep social distance, don’t eat outside food, and don’t participate in any huge gatherings. Get your vaccination as early as possible, if you need any help please let me know, I am always there to help you.

Once the situation becomes normal, then we will plan for either you to come to the home or we will come to meet you.

Hope you keep yourself protected from the COVID.

See you,

Your name.

Write a Letter to Your Younger Brother Advising Him to Avoid Bad Company in College


Younger brother’s name,


Dear ________ ( Younger brother’s name),

Hope you are doing fine. I am writing this letter after coming to know about your bad company in your college. I know most of your friends are reckless, evil-minded, and have various bad habits. 

All of them are from well-being families, so whatever they do will not impact their lives but sure one day they will face the consequences.

But we are from a middle-class family, our parents have lots of hopes for us. So always keep this in your mind, focus more on your studies and avoid your bad company.

You are more than a brother to me and I always want you to reach heights in your life.

Hope you will consider my advice.

Your loving brother,

Your name.

Write a Letter to Your Younger Brother to Read News Paper Daily


Younger brother’s name,


Dear _________(Younger brother’s name),

How are you? Hope you are doing well. Mom and Dad are wishing you for your exams. 

Here I just want to give you a small piece of advice about reading the newspaper daily, this may be helpful to you to crack competitive exams.

If you aren’t reading the newspaper yet then start making a habit of reading it daily, it will improve your reading and writing skills, and it helps in gaining general knowledge and improves your vocabulary as well.

I wish you all the best for your upcoming exams and hope you think about my advice.

Best wishes,

Your name.

Write a Letter to Your Younger Brother Who Lives in Hostel to Focus on Studies 


Younger Brother’s Name,


Hi _________( Younger brother’s name),

We are fine here, hope you are safe there. I know that you failed your internal exams, it’s ok, but I hope you will pass your next exams with a good percentage.

We know that you are a clever boy, but something wrong is happening when it comes to your studies. 

Student life is very short when compared with the rest of the life, if you study well now then you will be happy throughout your life.

So don’t ever neglect your studies, listen to your teacher’s advice, put more focus on your weak subjects and I am sure that you will prove in the next exams.

Take care.

Yoru loving brother,

Your name.

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      Dear Brother,

      I hope this letter finds you in good health and spirits. I am writing to you to share some advice on saving money and being responsible.

      You are now in college, and I know that you have a lot of expenses and temptations. You may want to buy new clothes, gadgets, books, or go out with your friends. There is nothing wrong with enjoying yourself, but you should also be careful about how you spend your money.

      Saving money is not only good for your future, but also for your present. It can help you avoid debt, stress, and emergencies. It can also give you a sense of satisfaction and confidence. Here are some tips on how to save money and be responsible:

      Make a budget. A budget is a plan that shows how much money you earn, spend, and save each month. It can help you track your income and expenses, and see where you can cut costs or increase savings. You can use a notebook, a spreadsheet, or an app to make your budget.
      Set a goal. A goal is something that you want to achieve or buy with your money. It can be short-term, like buying a new phone, or long-term, like saving for a car or a trip. Having a goal can motivate you to save more and spend less.
      Pay yourself first. This means that you should save a portion of your income before you spend it on anything else. You can do this by transferring some money to your savings account every time you get paid, or by using an automatic deduction service from your bank.
      Spend wisely. This means that you should only buy things that you need or really want, and avoid impulse purchases or unnecessary expenses. You can do this by comparing prices, looking for discounts, using coupons, or borrowing or sharing things with your friends.
      Earn extra income. This means that you should look for ways to increase your income by doing part-time jobs, freelancing, selling things online, or offering your skills or services to others. You can do this by searching for opportunities on the internet, in newspapers, or in your community.
      I hope that these tips will help you save money and be responsible. Remember that money is not everything, but it is an important tool that can help you achieve your dreams and goals. I am proud of you and I love you very much.

      Your loving sister,

      [Your name]


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