“52 Shades of of Graying Relationships” is a Weekly Tweetcast for couples celebrating the joys of marriage and
According to the classic Paul Simon song, there must be “50 Ways to Leave Your Lover.” But for Dr. Roger Libby, the preeminent, Seattle-based, clinical sexologist and couples counselor who coined the term “Sex Positive,” there are many more than 50 ways for couples to stay together.
In honor of the upcoming release of the movie “50 Shades of Gray,” Dr. Libby is celebrating the pleasures of sustaining healthier relationships. At least twice a week, Dr. Libby’s Twitter feed will publish in black-and-white the time-tested tenets that contribute to more positive relationships and deliver greater satisfaction between couples searching for deeper meaning and greater intimacy in their lives.
Beginning in November, Dr. Libby’s Tweetcast, dubbed “52 Shades of Graying Relationships,” will shine a light on important insights from fellow authors and therapists for getting relationships back on track. Dr. Libby approaches couples counseling with both compassion and humor and is the author of several books including a humor book on sex and relationships entitled “Sex from Ahhs to Zippers.”
Recognized in Wikipedia as an AASECT board-certified clinical sexologist, couples counselor, author and researcher, Dr. Libby has been featured on numerous television programs including The NBC Nightly News, CNN News Night, Phil Donahue, Oprah Winfrey, Montel Williams, Sally Jesse Rafael, Jerry Springer and Geraldo, among others.
“Nothing is ever black and white in a mutually-satisfying relationship,” said Dr Libby. “So we decided to call the Tweetcast “52 Shades of Graing Relationships,” including all of the gray areas in love, sex and marriage,’ a dose of powerful advice delivered twice a week.”
Dr. Libby provides couples’ counselng at his offices in both Seattle and Poulsbo, Washington and, in some cases, offers teletherapy by phone and computer.