Hi Mojo :
Welcome to the board. We all started out with a very first post.
Your pdocs,hopefully, will make a Dx soon with your symptoms. Cylclothymic Disorder and Bipolar Disorder appear to be the same,except that the mood swings have not occured with a Major Manic and Major Depressive Episode in the Cylcolthymic Disorder. The important thing is that your awear that you are responding to some "triggers" in your life (moving and friends). This is a postive thing,in that you are awear of your moods. True, thay are difficult to deal with at the present time. No one likes being alone. But again, you are trying to do somthing postive by coming to this board for support. And believe me, you will receive it from this board !
Looling forward,from a postive point of view, once your pdoc has given a final Dx,than medications can be started to give you that goal toward "stability".
And you will find that you are able to deal with the"triggers" that can be the causes of your mood swings.
Good Luck, and Hold On