It’s something that builds up [inside of me], it’s a build up and I have to take it out somehow. Some days I feel that I want to take my anger out on something, so I might go down to the gym and work-out. Or it might be that I go for a walk and clear my head, or go down to the beach, or get stuck into fatty foods and think that this is bad, but it makes me feel good, you know. Other times, I just sit there and watch TV or listen to music and just get completely off, off my train of thought. You get yourself off into a different sort of feeling. I can’t always use fighting as the solution – you can’t always use aggression to cope with these feelings (Djordje, a male participant aged 19).