She'd been doubting that her presence was doing any good. Without emotions, it was hard to be empathetic. She did have knowledge of emotions, which gave her a better chance at comforting someone than your average robot, but it still left something to be desired. Gar certainly looked worse now than he had when she first arrived, and she was about to ask him if she should go.
Then he put his hand on hers. She forced a small smile. "I'm glad you're here, too." Not in the most literal sense, maybe, but she would rather he be here than not. Even now, she didn't want to imagine being completely alone.