The Diary of a Young Girl by Anne Frank

In the book how does the diary help anne frank get thought the tought times of the war?

Example: why does she write in it everyday?

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Anne writes in her diary because it gives her the opportunity to vent her feelings and record her thoughts privately. In order to get through their ordeal, the group in the annex spends a lot of time in quiet reflection, playing games, listening to the radio, reading and keeping busy. There aren't a lot of options.