Unfortunately, opening and then clicking print does not work as good as we would like. Photoshop want a lot of information before you print.
It is difficult to list all the thing you need to change in photoshop to make sure the pic comes out the way you want it.
Since you view the pic on an LED or LCD screen, your most likely viewing the image with the screen set to its brightest setting. This will cause the picture to print darker than what you see. You should check the histogram to make sure that the right side is showing good exposure. If so, then you might want to lower the brightness on the screen some to help judge how the pic will print.
The lines on the page are due to low quality settings in photoshop. Under file, click print and the window that pops up will give you several options to chose. Below quantity, you will see print settings. Click this option for the proper settings. Click on the "layout" option in the middle. This will bring up what type of paper you are using and the quality setting you need to make sure it is set to its highest quality.
On the right side at the top make sure the drop down menu is set to color management. The chose the option below that says printer manages colors. Try this and see if it removes the lines, but make sure you tell it what kind of paper you are using.
As far as lightening up the pic, you may have to move the exposure slide up more than you want and play with it until you get what you are happy with.
Try these settings and go from there.