In this chapter, the author discusses her experience of using a voice-centred relational method of data analysis in a group interview. From this experience, she highlights three key themes. The first is the value of using this method in feminist research which was committed to paying close attention to the voice of the subject, to recognizing the personal involvement of the researcher in the subject matter and to creating appropriate processes to aid reflexivity. The second is identifying the benefits and limitations of using this method in a group interview setting, and to describe the reading for emotional language that the author built into her process. The final theme is a reflection on the use of indirect speech among the women who participated in this group interview. The author also discusses Natasha Mauthner and Andrea Doucet's voice-centred relational method, which answers to problems of transparency and reflexivity in data analysis.