Ingrid says she doesn't have any hard feelings toward her fellow captives, despite what they have said. In fact, she says she thinks of them as family.
"I haven't spent, in my life, so much time with anybody—not my children or my mom or anybody—than with them. And I love them," she says. "I hope they will just process what they lived in a different way, and they will just change their minds. But it doesn't matter."
Ingrid says she's made peace with most of the former hostages and speaks with many of them. Toward the end of Even Silence Has an End, Ingrid alludes to a romantic relationship with a fellow hostage named Marc. "Well, let's say that I had a very special relationship with Marc," Ingrid says. "I think it was love."