I've forgotten the dance! Everyone is going to be so angry at me!
Scene 2: Feelings
I am feeling so embarresed! I am so angry at myself for messing up!
Scene 3: Behavior and Impact
It's all our fault! We should have been better friends!
I messed up! You guys must be so angry at me! I'm quitting the troupe.
Pascale has forgotten her dance on stage in front of everyone! All her friends and the audience are staring at her, and she is very embarrassed. She stops dancing, and starts to cry, then runs off stage. She thinks she is hopeless, and horrible at dance. She is scared that her teacher and her peers will be angry at her. She is mind reading and jumping to conclusions.
Scene 4: Self Awareness
I am mind reading and jumping to conclusions. My friends probably weren't mad at me!
Pascale is feeling embarrassed. She is very disappointed and angry at herself because she had practiced so hard before the competition. She is also scared that her peers and teacher will be angry at her, and panicked that she might be kicked out of her troupe.
Scene 5: Regulation
I feel so much better now. My emotions and feelings are regulated!
Because of Pascale's feelings and emotions, she acts out. She makes assumptions about what her friends think and then tells her friends she is quitting the troupe. This makes her friends feel guilty because they think it is their fault, and sad because Pascale is leaving. Pascale's friends are using the thinking error personalization because of her action.
Scene 6: Repair relationships
Yes! We are so happy you're back Pascale!
I'm so sorry! I shouldn't of quit the troupe. Will you forgive me?
Pascale needs to change her thinking and reorganize her thinking errors. She is mind reading and jumping to conclusions! She quit troupe under the impression that her friends were angry at her, but now she realizes that was not the case. She is now aware of her emotions and recognizes why she has acted the way she has. She is self-aware.
Pascale goes for a relaxing walk. She has been mindful and now feels much better. Her emotions are regulated. She decides she is going to go and apologize to her friends and to try and get into the dance troupe again. She also decides she is going to be honest with them about her emotions so that they can understand her past actions.
Pascale apologizes to her friends. She tells them that she was angry at herself because she messed up, but also scared that her friends would be angry at her. Her friends explain they were not angry at her, but sad they had made her feel that way. Pascale's friends now understand why she has acted the way she has, and forgive her. She is welcomed back into the troupe!