I’m a 23 y/o and I was hoping to start my aviation career here in the next couple of years, but I have hesitated on getting my AME because my life has been a huge wreck. I was diagnosed with depression at 16, I’ve taken several different medications, trying to find my sweet spot. I had a small handful of suicide attempts between 16-20, with my last attempt being March 27, 2017, when I was 20. I had a lot going on with my family life, parents divorcing, fiancé cheating on me, and my fiancé had been financially abusing me, so I felt like it was all over for me. I started going to therapy, saw a psychiatrist, and was diagnosed with bipolar disorder. I completed therapy and feel like I can function so much better as an adult. I also just got told by my new psychiatrist that my last psych “grossly over diagnosed” me, that I just have regular depression, and that women Get diagnosed wrong all the time. He’s got me on Wellbutrin with intent to eventually wean me off entirely. So now I feel like I might finally have a chance of pursuing my dreams of being a pilot, but maybe not quite. I’ve heard there is a doctor around here somewhere that gives guidance on these types of things so I just want to know: With a new diagnosis, new medication plan, and all the therapy I’ve accomplished and continue to do (I don’t plan on ever quitting therapy), do I have a chance of ever being a commercial pilot, or do I give up on that altogether? Should I go to a HIMS AME before I do anything? Should I wait a year or two? My main worry is the 2 suicide attempts between 18-20, that I’ll be entirely disqualified from getting anywhere in aviation. I have a lot of questions and don’t know where else to go.