In a teen world they always think its my way or the highway - they think they know more than the parents who lived twice as long as them , i was in a stage at 16 or so when i was fighting with my parents constantly happens to everyone .
Disagreeing is part of ANY relationship. If someone disagrees with you they are at least taking an interest in what you say and think. Both parties need to compromise. Of course, it depends what you are arguing about also. The most important thing is to be careful not to say things that can never be taken back. The hurt in those situations runs deep.
The quest for independence. To become a responsible adult, teenagers must, in a figurative sense, gradually move from the passenger seat to the driver's seat and learn to navigate life's treacherous roadways. Of course, some teenagers want more freedom than they should have; on the other hand, some parents grant less freedom than they could.