"I suppose most people are very happy to tell you their troubles. I don't like to unload mine on other people."
Jungi wasn't the kind of friend to have such hard feelings towards others so easily, but if Ariadne wanted to be vague, he wouldn't press her otherwise. As the food arrived at their table, a couple bowls of light soup with vegitables, he commented, "I guess I'm lucky to have the chance to know and speak to so many people, doing what I do." Well, that was one positive way of putting it anyway.
At least Ari's next words were considerate of him concerning the reason he'd brought her out in the first place. He was nodding as he began eating, considering her words. After a moment he wondered aloud to her about those things, "Just as you say you are feeling now, I wonder if that person isn't ready to feel their own feelings either. Perhaps that person also is not ready to open up to someone else."
Jungi didn't want to offer suggestions on how to mend that kind of thing, but he at least wanted to turn it around and suggest perhaps the other party was feeling the same way. And if they felt the same way, then maybe it would be easier to understand eachother in the end.