oh, That's Melissa, she's new here. Im sure that you can sit in the other seat!
um Jenny, who is that sitting in MY seat?
SCENE 2: Feelings
I'll have to DO something to prove to Jenny that she needs me as much as I need her...
Stupid girl, sitting in my seat and stealing my best friend, who does she think she is?!
What will I do if Jenny leaves? She's my only real friend. I'll be NOTHING without her.
The next day...
SCENE 3: Behaviour + Impact
Yeah, we're BEST FRIENDS, aren't we Natasha?
b-but... I though WE were best friends...
Later that night...
Piper comes to school and find someone sitting in her seat. That seat is the one that she sits in everyday and is upset when she sees someone else sitting in it.
SCENE 4: Self Awareness
For some reason, getting revenge on Jenny doesn't make me feel any better...
Frustrated and upset, Piper starts having Automatic Thoughts, like emotional reasoning. She thinks that because she feels bad that Jenny and the new girl (Melissa) must be bad. She is also afraid of losing Jenny.
SCENE 5: Regulation
The next day...
Piper decides on getting revenge on Jenny and pretends to be best friends with this other girl, she knows this will upset Jenny.
SCENE 6: Repair Relationships
Oh my gosh, Jenny I'm so sorry that I treated you like that. I was jealous and mad and I acted unreasonably. Please forgive me.
After returning home, Piper realises that she was wrong about Jenny, and instead, she was the bad one. The reality of the situation hits her. She then finds a way to regulate her emotions to make sue that this does not happen again.
I should find a way to regulate my emotions, to make sure that this does not happen in the future.
That was a really cruel thing for me to do, Jenny didn't deserve that. She was just looking out for the new girl.
Piper settles on taking a walk to regulate her emotions. She finds that this clears her head and allows her to contemplate how she can repair her relationship with Jenny.
She settles on apologising to Jenny, as she feels that her friend will be understanding and forgiving. Jenny accepted her apology and forgave her, therefore restoring their friendship.
That's alright Piper. Thank you for apologising to me.