Am I wrong for "expecting" certain things from my family since I fell ill? I've had FM for about 5 years now, give or take. I've had trouble working (short-term disability and welfare for 6 months) with multiple days off for sick time due to flares. I also have a child. My mom lives alone in a large 3 bedroom house. Is it wrong for me to "expect" her to allow me and my daughter to move in there? She told me I could move in temporarily, but not permanently. My sister lives on 20 acres, makes over $100,000 a year (along with her husband). I live with her now, but not in the main house. I live in an abandoned karate studio on the property. It has minimal heat (average 55 degrees - and I'm in the snowbelt) and no running water. Even when it gets very, very cold, I was told my brother-in-law does not want my daughter and I in the main house, except for showers and restroom. I pay $300 a month rent and all the utilies in the abandoned karate studio. Is it wrong for me to "expect" them to allow me to live in the main house in the cold? Is it wrong for me to "expect" them to allow me to live here rent free until I get on my feet (of course, pay for food and help clean, etc). My sister told me I had less than 1 year before I had to move out. These "expectations" I have are making me very angry that they are not being met. Very angry. I feel alone, like I have nobody to count on. Does anyone else feel like this?