I am sorry to hear of your health and divorce problems. That isn't never a nice situation!
My suggestion is to make sure that when you start your day, ensure that you have a very filling, balanced meal, ensuring that you get lean protein, complex carbs not processed stuff, and some healthy fat. Try too incorporate this into the other meals, as well. If you find you need snacks at work, ensure that they are productive in that they are healthy options. You could have some little peanut butter on wholegrain sandwiches - perhaps with some mashed banana as well. Maybe a hard boiled egg, or a few nuts. I often have a piece of apple or pear - not the whole fruit. I found it amazing that 1/4 apple did just as much as mindlessly eating a whole apple.
The next thing is to ensure that you are eating enough for what you do. If you find it really difficult to eat food because of nausea, perhaps having a smoothie with fruit and some yoghurt and maybe some wheatgerm or Almond meal would do the trick. You can make a bulk batch and keep it in the fridge.
When I was working nights, I often found that I was hungrier than when I didn't. In part this is because more often than not, you don't get as much sleep therefore you body needs more to sustain the extra energy being used by being awake and active.
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