The article presents the results of studying the deviant teenagers’ attitude to their mothers. It is stated that, unlike teenagers with normal behavior, deviant teenagers consider their mothers to be less attached to them and to be more uncertain in upbringing, more aggressive and authoritative. Broken interrelationship with the mother is the factor of: teenagers’ estrangement, their search of the group where they find themselves important, their lack of certainty to be understood by mothers. The research discloses the factors promoting teenagers’ wish to demonstrate tension and anxiety, their wish to prove their independence but being answered by their mothers with cruelty and hostility. In the whole, it is determined that deviant teenagers’ mothers have a more negative attitude to them rather than those of teenagers with normal behavior. At the same time both groups of teenagers have a more negative attitude to the fathers in comparison with that to the mothers. The data received can be used in creating programs of psychological counseling for the families with deviant children, as well as for preventing deviant parenthood.