The Diary of a Young Girl by Anne Frank

Did the relationship of "Anne Frank" with her family also affected her social behavior ?

The type of relationship that "Anne Frank " had with her faimly in " The Diary Of a Young Girl" has also affected with her social behaviour ? Yes/Not and with the reason

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In the context of Anne's time in the annex, yes, her realtionship with her family certainly affected her social behavior. Arguments with her mother, disagreements with her sister, and even the special relationship she shared with her father affected the way she reacted to and behaved in their confinement. You have to remember, Anne's social life during this period was experienced in the boundaries of their hiding place. Disagreements, anger, ect., most certainly carried over in her reaction and social interaction with the other non-family members who lived there.