To psweeney1967 -- you've been jumped all over a bit here, so all I want to add is that there is one thing that is certainly true: the person for whom one has moved can never really know exactly what it feels like and what the downsides can be, and how bad those feel on a bad day. Even if they have the best will in the world. And that can feel deeply frustrating and in fact chillingly lonely. It IS a huge sacrifice to leave behind your entire life as you know it. And if anything is falling short, including the levels of understanding being extended by the one who is still in their own country and who didn't have to give up a thing, it can feel very rough.
I'm back in my own country but even I am having terribly adjustment problems, and to realize that nobody around can even begin to understand the complex pain, isolation, frustration and weirdness I'm feeling makes me even more depressed even though yes, I'm a grown woman and I made this choice.
I just wanted to say what hasn't been remembered here yet in this thread -- you're right, it is not easy and nobody can understand who has not done it themselves.
But I want to end with one thing: I don't know anything about your marriage or how exactly your wife behaves toward you regarding this issue. But please count your blessings that at least the two of you are together, evidently still love each other, and there is something there still very worthwhile for having moved for. I moved for a man who nwo broke up with me and I can't even get helped back into the practical side of life that I now need to set up alone. I had been counting on dealing with the upheaval as a couple and I now have no relationship and no support at all.
So please try to be glad that you still have your relationship and that it must surely go a long way to making the move worth it, even if she is not quite able to get the immensity of the sense of change, loss and disorientation you feel.