Eve isn't being completely truthful in asking for Marigold's opinion. What she's really looking for - and we'll see more of it in time - is permission to think about Park the way she does, and maybe even act on something irrational.
In turn, and with all the best intentions, Jane is engaging in a sort of advice-giving that, eventually, friend groups have diminishing time for. With her limited understanding of Eve's situation she projects her own experience, wondering if the two can be compared. In doing so she leads Eve a little closer to the thing she's looking for - and farther from the hard path of acceptance. But is it possible to set someone on that path before they're ready? Survey says no.