Kol suppressed a groan at that answer. Not only had she just admitted she hadn't entirely worked through one set of guilt, but that there were also multiple other layers of guilt on top of that. Guilt wasn't something he really knew how to work on. He almost never felt it himself, guilt and regret were largely foreign to him. The biggest regret in his life was not staying with his siblings. He should have, it could have made a difference, it could have made all the difference, but they would never know and he couldn't fix it. So he ignored it.
But Bonnie couldn't ignore her guilt the same way he could. Not if she expected her magic to be sorted, at least. "You're going to have to work through all of that," he pointed out, bringing up one of his legs, which were stretched out in front of him, grinding the remnants of his cigarette out on the bottom of his shoe, only just barely glancing up at her as he did.