I've posted a few times about a job change for my husband and an upcoming move associated with it (a couple hours away). He now has a start date of early Feb., we found a nice place to lease for the time being, and we are scheduled to move the end of Jan. Our house isn't even on the market yet, and we have so much to do. Well, not that much, but we both are so exhausted (and I have CFS which is flaring so badly), so very little gets done each day. I am utterly miserable about the move. I can't stand anything about where we are going, and I really have tried to like it. I hate it more each time I go up there, which I've done a lot as I've been the one looking for rentals since hubby is working still at his old job. It took me 4 hours to go the 115 mi. back home on Friday, when I got the keys to the new place, and that really put me over the edge. My husband refuses to negotiate on anything, esp. as we now have a signed lease. I had such misgivings but felt so forced to do all of this. I also will be almost 100 mi. from the only doctor who has helped me, and our daughter (who has had her own issues), and I do not have the energy to find someone else. The stress and my intense unhappiness over the situation are clearly manifesting themselves physicially...I have awful, itchy skin, keep breaking out in spotty rashes, my appetite is gone, and I am severely underweight and keep slowly dropping more pounds. I usually never, ever cry, and I've just bawled almost every day, and my husband and I are fighting horribly. Honestly, if I could support myself and I thought my daughter would be okay, I am to the point I would likely file for divorce. I am that miserable, and I did consult with an attorney last week. I don't know if there is anything I can do to resolve this. The biggest issue is even if I liked where we are moving, I am in no shape to handle the stress of any of this right now. And my husband refuses to understand this. He actually accused me yesterday of stressing him out and making him so miserable that "how would you like it if I keeled over from a heart attack?" It's an awful, awful situation. BTW, he doesn't even consider CFS "valid" and repeatedly says I feel so badly because I don't eat well/enough and don't exercise. I would have never gotten married if I had even an inkling it would turn out like this, and I should have listened to those pre-marriage jitters. Thanks to anyone who can listen, and sorry I just need to vent...I have no one really to talk to.