Anger at any age can be a sign of underlying anxiety, distress, embarrassment or guilt. Of course it's also normal for parents to clash with their teenagers as they become more independant and want to make their own choices. The books in the general Secondary School and Young Adultssection all have top tips on communication and choosing your battles, but the resources below have some specific advice on dealing with anger.
Why is my child angry?
This NHS page has advice on ‘Helping your child cope with anger’ and helping you work out why your child might be feeling that way. For a lot of children anger is a sign of sadness or anxiety so it may also be worth looking at the pages on anxiety and depression as well.