We usually use the word 'sick' to refer to something that you are tired of or don't like. So it is quite clear when we say
that we mean, one is sick of travelling by sea (eg: boat) due to the constant movement.
I think we can use the 'sick' postfix in different situations to mean the same negative feeling.
But is there are rule to indicate that you're sick of not having something?
For example, when we say that we're
we mean that we're missing home - thus the absence of home, and not of being at home.
So how would one identify that what is meant is having too much of something or missing it?