bless, its hard when your far from everyone. My family and friends are about 3 hours away and it is hard, esp if your tied more to the house or in my case flat. I hate feeling so dependent on my partner, even though he's doing everything to make things easier, its hard not to want to scream because you can't do very much by yourself, esp if don't know anyone. I found the phone to be my one saviour at the moment. If feeling to down there is always a friend or relative to pick up, even just to tell me what they are up to. Also asked some to visit if they could and my grandparents did just that on Tuesday just for a couple of hours, yes seems like a cheek to ask them to travel so far, but at mo I can't and sometimes being a bit selfish is ok. Cheered me up a lot. if meltdown is too much have a word with midwife, sometimes they can offer someone to talk to just to get your feelings across. as understanding as men can be, they have their limits and can be really dense when it comes to why your feeling down, even my oh is guilty of that on occasions.
Also maybe go out with your other half, just for dinner or a walk or the cinema (if you can sit in those chairs for that long). Doing something together will cheer you up and help him see why your going stir crazy. Hope you're feeling better soon x