5 tips for co-parenting after a divorce

Mutual respect and trust between former partners is key to making the children of divorce feel loved and secure. PHOTO: ISTOCKPHOTO
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SINGAPORE -Secrets, spying, interrogation.

It sounds like an espionage novel but these are some common mistakes that divorced parents make.

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