It's tempting from both a writing and reading standpoint to look at the way one character suffers and conclude they're being Wronged by another. And certainly Marigold and Jane have it in them to be cold and petty. But I meant in this moment for Hanna to learn her toughest lesson yet: that her bad feelings are hers, that most people are too absorbed in their own lives to even notice she's suffering, let alone deliberately victimize her. When things really get low, she only has herself. There is no conspiracy against her, but there is also no help.