Marvin: So, you went back to school, and they acted different to you. Is that it?
Marvin: And you weren't different? You weren't any different from the way you were before? Of course you were.
Jenny: But they made me feel uncomfortable.
Marvin: That's because they were uncomfortable. They didn't know what to say to you. Land sakes, you've gotta give people a chance.
Jenny: Then Nancy said things--
Marvin: Nancy said mean things to you. Didn't she always? Didn't she?
Jenny: Well, yes, but--
Marvin: But nothing. She shouldn't be mean to you now because of what happened to you? That's nonsense. You're upset at the other children because they acted differently. You were upset at Nancy because she acted the way she always does.