In my novel I've come to the moment where the relationship between two of my characters is changing, and I want to show that in a natural way, instead of just telling. But do I have to write longer scenes just to squeeze in that tiny bit (or all of them?) or can I write shorter scenes, (less than a page but perhaps in the same chapter) for each change? It's like little details in the ways they treat each other because of how a previous event made them re-evaluate each other but i can't come up with a scene that would include all of them and somehow I think it would feel contrived if I put it all in the same scene. I don't want to go on for too long about it either, just give little examples that show it in action, so to speak. How do you handle things like this?