Firstly I want to acknowledge how overwhelming this must be for you to have your child be diagnosed with BP as well as managing her emotions and feelings and wellbeing, then on top of all of that to have the suicide attempt as well. I have no idea how hard this time must be for you and for them but I am so proud you have reached out here today.
Welcome and I hope you can find some support here as we do care so very much. I am a mother of two teens so I know of the daily grind with out all of the added things in the mix so my heart and my hand goes out to you. We are here to listen and to help you talk through things that you may wish to discuss, I am wondering how you would feel about reaching out to get some professional support for you too? Going through this would be enormous so to be able to have someone with whom you can get support and care from would be great.
Sophie_M has mentioned Kids Helpline and they are so amazing, this could be something that maybe you could offer to your daughter for her support, they have an online service too if they feel more comfortable with that.
I also wanted to mention the app that Beyond Blue have made and that is a suicide safety planning app called Beyond Now, I will put the link here:
What is great about this too is that maybe you can do this together and fill out the sections on what she needs at her time of feeling overwhelmed and this information will also help you too to know how best to support them.
It is very brave of you to come to chat today and I am really pleased you have, I am here with a virtual arm around you to let you know you are not alone and that we care.
Hugs to you