One of the main problems would be the issue of secrecy. Some people have to know where you are to provide you with food and water and other things for entertainment... Like books and newspapers. It was a big deal for very few people to know about the Franks...as their lives were in danger, obviously.
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You would be trapped indoors with no fresh air and lack of privacy. Constantly fearing for your life and that Nazi troops would find you. Life would be on the edge, never being able to plan for the future because you might not be here. No school or education or other activities we take for granted. No medical services in an emergency. Food and water would be a problem, someone would have to bring it. No lights at night on, they might see them and find you.! Just think after all that they were discovered by the Nazis and sent on a train to the concentration camps. I read this a while ago but I believe the entire family was executed (Anne was).
Okay they would have to say silent over long periods of time.... No fresh air, bathing problems, um no privacy or personal space.... And eventually that can lead to disorders. You can go insane I your mind wasn't strong enough because you were in total isolation and you can only communicate with a couple I people....
there are many problems ,not enough space ,not enough food,not being able to live a normal life ,the fear of being found,and the stress of being cooped up with many people ,and not being able to do anything about it since you cannot leave .