In adolescence, your body and brain are changing. Often, adolescents are overflowing with emotions and feel extra sensitive. You have new needs: you want more autonomy, freedom, and privacy. For their part, your parents want to protect you by supervising you and setting limits. That can lead to conflicts!
When things get tense, first take the time to calm down. Spend some time alone, talk with a friend, or take your mind off things by doing something you like: writing, playing sports, listening to music, etc.
When you feel better, talk to your parents about what you’re feeling and listen to what they have to say. When you discuss things calmly, you’re sure to understand each other.