We are scheduled to move in about a month d/t a job offer/relocation for my husband. It's only about 1 1/2 to 2 hours north of here, so not completely out of the area, but it still is a huge change as we've been in our place almost 8 years. We've been working like mad to try to get it ready to put on the market (needed a new roof, new paint inside and out, and a lot of general clean-up/little things), as this job opportunity literally came out of nowhere and moved very quickly. We couldn't even start on our "own" stuff 'til after the roof and painting were done, which both together took a whole month (the painters just finished Christmas Eve) and created even more work, esp. outside as they trashed several of my plants. I'm doing my best to handle all of this plus juggle the demands of our impossibly busy 4 y.o. daughter (who is off school for 2 weeks to top it all off). But I am really breaking down. I got a very bad flu bug coupled with bronchitis that a week and a half ago had me in bed all day with a 104-degree fever...the highest I have ever had (I'm 36). And while I am over the worst of the congestion, etc., I still am so, so wiped out, and we have mountains of things to do. A lot of it is just going through literally years of stuff we had piled in our extra bedroom, and things that do need to be sorted out because there is time-sensitive/income tax stuff mixed in. My husband couldn't even give notice 'til a week ago 'cause of some confidentiality stuff, and he has a huge project deadline this weekend he still has to work to. He took off the past 3 days, but we still accomplished very little, because he also had been sick and is almost as fatigued as me. I have no idea how I'll get through the next month. The brain fog is setting in again...bad...and I get so incredibly fatigued. My weight is also down to a very, very low and underweight level...I did not have any to lose and dropped maybe 6-8 lbs. when I got sick as I didn't eat for a week. But I still am only marginally hungry, and nothing sits well 'cause of residual effects from being so sick. Does anyone know of any natural way to try to just survive the next few weeks? I don't even have a primary care M.D. (I see a naturopathic physician; his office is closed 'til the 3rd), and I have such a poor history of reacting badly to pharmaceuticals I don't even want to go that route. I am hoping things will be better once we move and get settled (we don't even have a place to move to yet, either), but I am having a really hard time dealing with all of this 'til then. And no, DH will do NOTHING to help me/move the start date, etc. - he doesn't even believe in CFS and says I just need to work out hard at the gym. Yeah, right...I get winded just going out to water the plants right now...my lungs are still not doing well from the bronchitis. Thanks for any help or support anyone can give! C.