Relationship slipping through your fingers? Well, before you start trying to desperately save it by handcuffing yourself to your partner and willing stability by proximity, consider ditching the entire relationship… at least for a while. No, seriously. According to Dr Ann Rosen Spector, a clinical psychologist in Philadelphia, one of the best ways to repair a relationship is to put some distance between you and your partner by taking a break. “Separation can be very healing,” she says. “When a situation is complicated, having distance to get clarity is important.” And a break is the way to get it.
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