Research indicates that when children hit the teenage years, they can regress in their behavioural and emotional response to how they did as toddlers.
Whilst you may have thought the days of foot stamping, toy throwing, screaming and bargaining had been left behind these behaviours have a tendency to reappear in adolescence.
This is because when children enter adolescence their brains undergo another wave of neurological development, this occurs earlier in their amygdala - the centre for emotion, but later in their frontal lobe - the centre for decision making and understanding consequences. This is how you may find yourself looking at an emotionally unreasonable teenager unable to understand why they are being given consequences for their behaviour.
Teens need limits and love just as much now as they did when they were three. Whilst they may be able to experience more freedom and take on responsibilities, they still need to know that you are there to protect them from harm. Of course, they may not thank you for it at the time, but somewhere into their mid-20s they may begin to appreciate what you did for them.