Our expert says:
So everyone else thinks you've done a great job caring for your kids, but you disagree ? What may be happening with the boy an his ap[parently sexualized play with his toys is understandably of concern to you ( and nnot your fault !), but hard to assess from a distance --- maybe see if a school therapist like the one at your daughter's school can have a session with him to gently explore what might be going on here. There is some possibility that he may hve been exposed to some sexual activity at school or elsewhere, though this may also qwuite possibly not have happened. As for your theory about your daughter, that, too, is a possibility ( and could even be related to whatever might be troubling your son ). Again, the therapist, if he/she has seen her, would be better placed to advise on this. And you are not a person who CANNOT have normal relationships, nor will your daughter be thus.
Keep up your good work and your continued caring --- which is so valuable and wholesome for your children
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