Hello, I'd like to help you with your question.Bipolar
is characterized by extreme highs and lows of mood. A person with Bipolar will experience either an extreme high where they may spend money without regard to how much they have, talk quickly, sleep very little, eat very little and/or have sex with various partners without regard to safety. Bipolar is also characterized by extreme lows where the person struggles to get out bed, eat and function as they normally would. Here is a link that describes Bipolar:
The behavior you describe regarding your daughter does not sound like Bipolar but only a thorough evaluation by a mental health professional will tell for sure. If your daughter is willing to see her doctor, he or she can refer her to a therapist or psychiatrist for an evaluation.
If your daughter is angry all the time and blaming you, it could be that she is unable to accept responsibility for her own behavior. This can indicate a personality disorder or just immature behavior. Either way, you are having to deal with how she acts which can be stressful.
If your daughter tries to blame you or otherwise talks with you in a mean way, you can respond in such a way that it protects you and lets her know that you will not accept how she treats you. For example, if she starts yelling at you, tell her that although you want to hear what she has to say, you do not appreciate how she is saying it. Then say "I'm sorry you feel that way" and walk out of the room. If she keeps trying to yell at you, repeat yourself until she stops. Leave the house if need be. By shutting her down and not responding emotionally to her behavior, she may learn that she has to accept responsibility and start to treat you better.
It may also help for you to go to therapy with her so you both can work on a better way to communicate. Often parents and children get into patterns of communication that are hard to break, even if you want to break them. By learning new ways to communicate, you can improve your relationship.
I hope this has helped you,