So, my FI is currently deployed and I am going through hell. I am sick, but the doctors don't know what's wrong with me. It could be really bad, like really really bad, or it could be something relatively minor. But even just the possibility of it being something bad is getting to me. I am in the middle of studying for the last finals I will take for my degree and the only thing I can think about is how bad this could be. Anyway, I get to talk to my FI in a few days and it's been hard enough not telling him what's going on in the emails, but I don't know how I'm going to keep it from him when we talk. I've never been good at hiding things that are bugging me and I just know he'll be able to hear it in my voice when we talk. I really don't want to tell him because he doesn't need to worry about this while he's stuck on a boat and can't do anything about it. I just feel stuck between a rock and a hard place and I need some advice. My family is nearby and they try to be supportive, but it's not the same and they won't let me just freak out while I wait for the next set of test results. Is it really bad to tell him or should I try to hold out until I know more?