As much as Mara was still new to this place, she was finding some comfort in her family being here. Of course, it would be far easier if Luke or Ben were here, but they weren't. So instead she would focus on her niece and nephews and let them ground her. Jacen would be a work-in-progress, but he at least wasn't Caedus. His presence was far lighter than what it had been on Kavan. Mara needed to take some reassurance in that because she didn't want to think about the alternative. She didn't want to think that she'd have to yet again fight her nephew and worry that he'd trick her and kill her all over again. The fear was there, but she kept it hidden.
"Jaina is from before I died?" She well knew Anakin was from before she'd died, but it was a little distressing to hear Jaina was from before that time. But it gave her something to focus on. And Anakin, oh she'd missed him, so she planned to spend time with him. With all of them, really. Though spending time with Jacen would be something that would be infinitely harder because of everything that had happened between them. But she wouldn't let it stop them from trying to be family again. "I intend to be there for them. Perhaps I can be of help to them, something familiar for them." It wouldn't be so hard for her to fill that role. Mara did want to keep the connection she had with both Jaina and Anakin here.
Mara simply nodded. Oh she knew he couldn't promise such a thing yet, and she wouldn't demand one. It was a struggle that was difficult to handle some times. Her own rise from the dark side had given her insight into the struggle that Jacen was facing. Mara would give him a chance, but she would be extremely wary of him for some time. He'd fooled her once all ready, and she was not going to make that same mistake again.
At the question of knowing Jacen wouldn't hurt her, Mara had a slight pause. It wasn't because she felt he was lying, it was because she remembered that moment on Kavan. When he'd tricked her, then stabbed her with the dart. But quickly, Mara reminded herself that Jacen could've hurt her during this talk, he could've attacked her, but he hadn't. Though she well knew he wouldn't hurt his family, not after hearing the lengths he'd gone to to protect them in their own universe. "I know." Oh this was so difficult, looking into the face of the one who had killed her, trying to keep herself focused on the fact she wasn't back on Kavan with him. There was still a part of her waiting for him to trick her and stab her again, but she was fighting against it, refusing to give into the fear.