The Diary of a Young Girl by Anne Frank

What are two examples that Anne and Peter show typical teen attitudes towards their family?

2 examples from the diary.

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Anne has the usual mother adolescent daughter / mother conflicts. These are magnified because of the close quarters they live in all the time,

"Margot’s and Mother’s personalities are so alien to me. I understand my girlfriends better than my own mother. Isn’t that a shame? "

Anne and Peter share the discovery of "young love",

"Whenever I go upstairs, it’s always so I can see "him." Now that I have something to look forward to, my life here has improved greatly."