Frankly, there’s no easy way to put but here it goes: it’s most probably permanent.
Unfortunately, there are so many downsides to having bipolar as an adolescent. It can make concentrating in class really hard or keeping friends a task that’s literally impossible. Too many times I’ve explained to people about my condition and I’ve lost them, which kinda sucks.
To help, I mark which days I’m energetic and happy - that kinda thing, and then I mark which days when I’m in slump. It helps me configure when they occur. But that’s not very useful as they can be completely random.
It helps to explain your situation to people you completely trust and know won’t leave you. There are only a handful of people that know of my condition in the depth that it actually goes down to, and they’ve been with me since I was diagnosed.
Luckily, it is possible to live with. Try to live a stress free lifestyle, and try to remain calm in hard situations. If you’re experiencing something that is making you feel uncomfortable, remove yourself from the situation immediately as it can stimulate a change in the mood but that depends on the individual or the situation.
Obviously, I’m not a professional, I can’t give you life changing advice, I’m just telling you the things that I’ve used and that have helped.
I hope they help you, like they’ve helped me in some ways.