Teenagers reckon moody parents are their biggest problem, according to a new BBC survey.
16,000 teens and 6,000 parents took part in the questionnaire, which also showed that more than half of teenagers thought they had an unfairly bad image.
One teenager said: "When we get together as mates the media and police say there is a problem."
But it's not all bad - half of teenagers reckon the best thing about parents is the way they love them.
The survey also showed that some teens have problems talking to their parents
Less than one in 10 teens thought they could talk to their parents about depression.