This social story is a great introduction to the 2 types of thoughts that people formulate based on what they see someone doing. We discuss that when someone does something that is expected in a situation, it typically produces a good thought. It makes people feel good and safe. Then we look at the unexpected behaviors that produce uncomfortable or weird thoughts in others. We use lots of thought bubbles to do our typical perspective taking and also talk about the various feelings that can be elicited from both the expected and unexpected behaviors. Additionally I like to stress to my reader that people are ALWAYS formulating thoughts about you, without you even knowing it. Trying to do things that are expected will help others have good thoughts about you.