Harmony in a relationship is a quality that benefits all persons involved. Both married and single persons will find this book to be very helpful in several ways. The targeted audience of this book includes two distinct groups of persons.
First, the primary audience is married couples: both newly wed and mature couples. One recurring message in the book is that marriage is a relationship that requires continuous adjustments must be made by both husband and wife. It is a mutual commitment between two spouses that requires work every day.
Second, singles thinking about getting married will also find the information in this book to be very helpful. It will give them an inside perspective regarding what to expect after they become married. Also, it will be a valuable resource to correct some myths single persons may have about marriage.
Developing “harmony in marriage” is similar to creating harmony with music. Just as it takes many hours of practice and rehearsals to help separate musical instruments in an orchestra to blend their melodious sounds together, husbands and wives must commit much time and effort to develop harmony in their relationship. Married couples must learn to communicate and work together to strengthen their relationship. Hopefully, their efforts will result in building a loving marriage lasting a lifetime.