I think if you feel you are starting to have a problem, then you might need to discuss it with someone. You don't want to wait until it is completely out of hand right.
On your question about your husband............ I have no idea, because I'm like you when my husband is gone at work, our family seems off a bit. I truly love being around my husband and miss him when he is working. Although I know my husband loves the time away. hehe
Who would I discuss it with, its kind of hard to bring up even on here. Also my problem with my husband is that we have been having some problems & have been unhappy so he decided we needed to separate & had me & our son move in with my parents
I think you may be clinically depressed which is normal in these situations but can become a problem. Several years ago I had a situational depression and I could not eat, even though I had two young girls to look after. I lost 20 pounds in a month and I was not overweight to begin with. I also had trouble sleeping and I was crying all the time. I fought medication but eventually had to take Prozac for several months until the depression resolved itself. I also talked with a pyscologist. I know you mentioned before that money is tight. Perhaps you can look into churches in your area. A lot of churches offer support groups for separated or divorce people. And most times these groups are non-denominational so you don't need to be a member of the church to benefit. In addition to the support many have guest speakers that talk on more practical matters like legal and finacial matters. I really do wish you the best of luck. You'll get through this, I swear.