Hi Ivy. You have a lot going on! First, I'm sorry you don't have a supportive household right now (or previously). That's so hard. The teenage years are tough in general but without adequate support and then mental health issues on top of that and then potential neurodiversity? A lot to deal with. I am not sure what your current diagnosis is. The 'official' diagnosis. Or what you yourself believe to be true. I'm sure like everyone, you just want to feel better and have a functional life.
Drama is something I learned to avoid a long time ago. It just leads to intense emotions that I don't need when it's hard to manage emotions in general. I think somethings drama is created when it is hard to 'feel' otherwise which is common in mental health. We can get a bit numb inside. But drama can really take up a lot of energy that can be better spent on more productive things.
Like, what do you like to do as hobbies? What are your interests?
You mention medication. It can be really helpful. Takes some trial and error to determine what is best. But looking for the even line of our mood is a good thing. Anything that helps is a good thing if it's not illegal or unhealthy for us or dangerous. Medication is often that thing that can help us get to the point of working on things to really have the life we want. Psychotherapy or talk therapy along with self care are the key ingredients to living with bipolar. If your mom has you seeing a psychiatrist, I'm sure she would be able to understand the need for talk therapy. Have you tried that?