Hi Aethelwulf. I would forget about the house, if I were you, and start working on yourself. Looking into my own thoughts, feelings, desires & needs is what has always worked for me when I have been ill. We do not get 'attacked' by ill health, we invite it in!
The liver is the holding house for all sorts of anger; can you face up to what you are angry about, and work it out?
Also have you ever had your thyroid function checked out? Imbalance here can mimic the symptoms of bi-polar.
Hyperthyroidism (increase in thyroid activity causing weight loss, irritability, nervousness, perspiration & weakness): fear of responsibility, expressing something you wish you hadn't, talking too much, gossiping, rage of being left out.
Hypothyroidism (the slowing down of thyroid activity resulting in depression, tiredness, weight increase, low body temperature): losing the will to live, feeling hopelessly stifled, not expressing something & wishing you could, unfulfilled expectation of partner, insecurity.
You could also try the Bach remedies to help you work through it all. Sweet Chestnut may be one that could be worth a try, but research them yourself to see if this is right for you.
I feel you may have quite a few deep seated emotional problems that you need to get to the bottom of. And you may have to include your partner in this.
I hope this helps a little & that you can pull your health together soon.
Change the way you see things, and the things you see will change.