That interpretation didn't even occur to Jarol. I think she connected their rejection with Laran's recent reactions to bad things she had done in her life. We know how important her children are to her and how important is what they think about her. She has only Laran to ask about it and right now I think she would be afraid to ask. She would fear what he would tell her. Being unloved and unrespected by her son would be the greatest nightmare she can imagine.
Her tears aren't bad. It's more like catharsis
--cleansing tears and helping her to see.
In a Cardassian library
or in a Cardassian gallery
"Reagan, it appears, is really only an ardent unionist if the unions in question are in Poland" - Stephen King, Skeleton Crew