How to overcome aversion to work
Separate aversion to work from reluctance to communicate with colleagues and superiors. Analyze why today you do not want to go to the office and perform your duties. Perhaps you will find that the duties are just nothing, but I do not want to see my colleagues at all. In this case, you should try to find a new job with a decent team. Place a resume, resemble an interview, but just do not kindle a conflict in the old place. The problem with such "cadres" is usually solved not by open struggle, but by simple change of staff.
Thinking about your disgust for work, you can come to the conclusion that you just feel bad and do not want any work now, not just this one. Constant lack of sleep and inability to relax, as well as the "second shift" on the farm is the main cause of the ailments. Delegate authority at home. Let each member of the family perform some duties on the household, and not just come home to sleep and eat. Give up TV shows, social networks for the night and other "time killers" to sleep more. Provide yourself with half an hour of physical activity every day, and you will feel like gradually relaxing and losing the feeling of disgust for work.
Or maybe you just outgrew office work as an activity. Sometimes a person realizes that doing the same thing without having a superior over his head and an uncomfortable chair under the fifth point is much more effective. Try to look for orders on the side of your profession. Earn a personal customer base. Consider an office visit as a personal project, finding clients for your future business. Then your action will become meaningful, and, perhaps, you will be able to give up hired labor in the very near future.