Mine were pretty turbulent, but for other reasons. Early high school (14/15 roughly), we discovered my alergies were the reason for my, exhadurated emotions during Primary School. So, I was put on a diet of no chocolate, sugar, pork amongst other things. It was such a shift from my usual diet, I literally went through withdrawal symptoms!
For the rest of my high school life, years 8 through 12, my lunch was nothing but tuna on bread. MADDENING!!!! Especially when all the bullies called it "Snappy Tom", a local cat food. Some of the anger for those bullies I unwillingly transfered over to my parents. I was far less than the easiest person to get along with at times.
However, they stuck by me the whole time. Sometimes they were public enemy No.1, especially when they first sent me cold turkey, but they hung in there. My Dad & I butted heads more times than a flock of goats, & I've given up trying to count me Mum's grey hairs LOOOOOONNNNNGGGGG ago , but they were always there for me.
It might not seem it, but they are looking out for you. Just like almost every Teen out there (& all the others are freeks who need serious help ), you're instinctively trying to find your place in the world, while your parents are just trying to guide you through it the best they can. Things are different now compared to when they were kids, so they might not always get it right, but cut them some slack. Heck, it's changed a lot from when I was a teen, & I'm only 25!!
Last, but definatly NOT least, be grateful to have your parents. My Dad died about 2 years ago, which means my sister, who is 15, won't be able to have him help her out when needed. I do what I can, but I'll never be able to fill the Father roll the same way Dad did. She gets along with our Mum really well thought. I know I said all those who get along with their parents need help & are freeks, & I'm still saying it. After all, I'm looking after her . As I say to her every now & again, "You have done well, my apprentace..." in a suitable tone...