By using methods other than quantitative, young people were offered creative processes designed to place the focus on listening. To lend support in leading them away from attending to accomplishment and expected responses, process managers provided tools that could reflect their degree of well-being. Stories emerged about anxiety, stress, overachievement, demands and an absent adult world—but also about longing and memories.
The project has provided knowledge about the circumstances of young people. With the method employed, we can continue to listen and to hear people from different environments and in different places.