Kristen - chances are, he's pretty scared. His "rock" (you) is no longer as solid as she once was, and that can be very scary for a husband. It was for mine!
Try to find out specifically what he needs from you - guessing never seems to be enough, and it's very wearing to try to figure out when you are sick. As you said, you usually are there to take care of everyone else - and how you aren't.
Try to help educated him about
Lyme, so that he understands what is going on with you. Some of these links may be of some use:
Under Our Skin (Lyme Disease Documentary)
So you know someone with Chronic Lyme disease:
" Dear Family of a Lyme Disease patient "/www.lymedisease.org/lymedad/?print=print
Top Ten Things you can do for someone with Lyme/pghlyme.org/2008/10/21/top-ten-things-you-can-do-for-someone-with-lyme/
10 Things To Know When Someone In Your Life Has Lyme Disease/www.linkedin.com/pulse/10-things-know-when-someone-your-life-has-lyme-disease-annie-dance
July, I've already written to you, but I do want to say again how sorry I am for your situation. Personally, I'd stand my ground about
him leaving, as you don't need that stress (an alcoholic living with you) on top of everything else - but that's me and I've had some really bad experiences with living with a previous step son who was an alcoholic. Know that we are here for your support as well!
Herb only treatment for Lyme & Bart ended 12/11 - no active symptoms for 2 yrs -Herb only treatment for Babesia ended 12/12www.healingwell.com/community/default.aspx?f=30&m=2977364
Had Lyme, Bart, Babs, RMSF, Ehrlichia, Myco, Anaplasmosis, EBV
New Lyme case 8/2014 - Healed 1/31/15 - unknowingly had Asymptomatic Babs and Asymptomatic Bart, being treated now though (2/2016)