On his Tumblr, Seebs was just in a conversation where he said certain brain problems make it so "working on the problem doesn’t feel good" wrt home repair. I think I have heard of people being happy, or at least content, with work in the past as well. It seems weird to me. I'm generally happy when there is no pressure to do work. I spend this time reading, playing video games, and messing around online, all of which get nothing productive done (and I'm fine with that for my free time). I write because I enjoy plotting stories in my head and I enjoy the attention I get when it's all finished, but the process itself is horribly tedious. Anything that could remotely be called "productive," including household chores, usually causes mind-numbing boredom and an energy drain. I am low on energy in general (last time I gathered all the clothes into the hamper, I had to quit halfway through), but doing the stuff I enjoy doesn't take any. Hell, even getting up to go to the video game area isn't something I do a lot, so I mostly play my Gameboy. From all the people complaining that lying in bed on their computer all day is not a happy thing, something might be more wrong here than I thought, though again, my mood is generally neutral to positive when there is no work involved and no giant BPD outbursts. Is this just normal ADHD stuff? If so, I am incredibly sorry for taking up your time.