where the wild flowers grow
Well, I guess since I'm technically still a teenager, this applies to me in some ways.
I'm not sure how old you are, but I can try to help ya out.
When I was about 15-16, I felt the same way. Adults were the enemy, they didn't understand, and they didn't care.
It took me awhile but, I realized that my mother was once a teenager too, lol. I know, it's hard, but sometimes parents (or teachers, etc.) do things that we wouldn't agree with in our best interest. As much as we'd like to think that it's unfair, and wrong, in the long run, a lot of us are glad that our elders kept us from doing some of the things we really wanted to do.
Now, I'm not saying that you are in any way immature and unable to make any decisions of your own. By no means! I just remember disobeying or ignoring my mother's advice and getting myself into the kind of trouble that I wished I would'nt have. Boys, alcohol, drugs or whatever you or we decided to do when we're young..they end up not being as great as we wish it would be.
At points, we want to experiment and try things out because we're curious..I grew up with the idea that experimenting was okay, and a learning experience.
I'm not sure what exactly you're having trouble with.. but I hope that you can figure it all out for yourself. I know, it's hard sometimes..but I promise, you'll live.