The Diary of a Young Girl by Anne Frank

The everyday increasing problems to the family in hiding created highly depressing thoughts in Anne's mind which were contrary to her normal nature. What were those negative thoughts that agitated her mind for sometime and then disappeared ?

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Anne had to contend with the ever-present fear that they would be found out in the annex and killed. This was no small worry. On top of that, being cooped up in the small space with so many people magnified Anne’s adolescent anxieties. Anne worried about her sexuality, her writing, her sense of identity....Her worries would ebb and flow depending on what was going on in the annex at a given time.