This whole thing was interesting to Ari, especially when more details came about.
Sure, she wanted to know more information about this, yet she understood why they wanted to keep the information between the former soldiers.
There was no apparent injuries with her, so she'd skip away from the treatment. They couldn't help with the slight bit of fear or nervousness that she gained during that. Those would wear off as the adrenaline dissipated in the oncoming hour. It was something she could work through herself, and it wasn't something she'd dwell on.
That's just the way her thinking went, and most of the time she was able to easily shrug things off. Of course there were a few things that she had a bit harder of a time working through in her past, but it's been years since she even mentioned anything about it. Perhaps that's why she though so positively, and why she was remaining optimistic about this, even if Daniel was rather angry about it. Then again, she didn't blame him for having said anger, since that could possibly help him through it.
She noticed when he exited the room, and shrugged slightly at that. Ari allowed the others to exit the room before she finally walked out. A nice slow walk back to their room sounded good.
It took just a few seconds for her to remember the route back to said room, and she wandered down the familiar corridors. She arrived at their room about ten minutes later, and stayed silent before pulling the seat out from the desk. The reason for her silence was because she didn't know what to say, nor did she want to say the wrong thing. Finally, she happened to think of a safe comment to make. "Hey, you know you can talk about it, right?"