Teens' refusal to help at home was the biggest flashpoint with 55% of families rowing over it.
More than a quarter of UK parents believe teenagers are more difficult than babies.
But 83% of those questioned in the Net Mums survey said they were "coping well" with teens' moods and anxiety.
Katherine Hill from Care for the Family has told Premier the older they get the tougher it is being a parent:
Meanwhile, a new report is raising concern over the Government's proposals to the Work Capability Assessment.
The document co-published by Christian think-tank Ekklesia warns that hundreds of thousands of genuinely sick and disabled people could be deemed fit to work.
Its Co-director Simon Barrow gave his thoughts on Premier's News Hour:
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