That’s all very understandable. Your own emotions are probably very close to the surface. Let your daughter know that the medication is part of the problem, but an important part of your treatment so she knows where it’s coming from. Probably best to take things as slowly as possible. Can your mother assist again? Teenagers are also not always as receptive to such conversations as one might like - a combination of independence, feigned indifference, embarrassment and so forth. If she knows she can always come to you to talk, that’s a good start. Your reactions to medication may settle too, which will help. Best wishes.