No, dude, I get it. Your cultural ideologies may be different from mine but teenagers are the same the world over, so it’s really nothing new. It’s psychology. Teenagers always want freedom from the restrictions of their parents, but at the same time they want to hang onto the apron strings. Do you seriously think you are the first teenager to hide a relationship from over protective or concerned parents because they disapprove? Or whose parents poke their noses into everything you do? That is almost a rite of passage for a teenager.
But it is all good. Demons can help and a bunch of them have already been suggested in this thread. However, keep in mind that it is only a temporary fix and eventually they will reassert themselves and you will be back to square one. That is why, if freedom is what you are after, I suggested a job and moving out. If all you wanted were the names of a few demons, that could have been easily achieved by a simple search of the forum.
One thing to consider, especially coming from an adult’s point of view like mine, is the fact that teenagers are known to over exaggerate situations. Just ask any parent. Temporary situations are often seen as life and death crises. Teenage girls murder their parents over the fickle affections of a boy disapproved of all because of this mindset, so it’s not “jumping to conclusions.” It is understanding the basic psychology of a situation based on what limited information was provided.