Hi Brickred, it is true that your hormones are causing the way you are feeling right now. I think it would be a good idea to have a therapist to bounce ideas of off. A neutral person can see things in a different way and help you get through these hard times. Pregnancy really changes your hormones and if you are in your 1st trimester you are noticing the change very much. Can you sit down with your husband when he is thinking rationally and tell him how you are feeling and that you need more support from him right now? After all this is his baby too. And you will need to depend on him more when you are near the end of the pregnancy. If he is a caring person I would hope he would be willing to listen to you and make some changes in your lives to accommodate you. After all, when you have the baby he is certainly going to have to change. Are there any activities you can join where you would be able to meet other people for friendships? Is there a child birth class or book club or some type of class with women in your area? When I was first pregnant I started a needlpoint class and I met some friends there. I also joined a baby sitting pool and that is where I met some very good friends who are still my friends. The idea was to have days where you watch someone else's child for a few hours and then they would do the same for you. It was well organized with meetings and a secretary to keep track of hours, etc. My sons are 34 and 29 so these are really long time friendships. The kids all went to school together. Maybe your dr. knows about child birth classes. Also check the hospital where you will have the baby. In the meantime if you can get some counseling I think that would be a big help for you. You need some extra support now. And you can always post here = there are wonderful people on this forum and you will make a lot of new friends. Take good care of yourself.