How to overcome the aversion to work
Separate aversion to work from unwillingness to communicate with colleagues and superiors. Analyze why today you do not want to go to the office and fulfill your duties. You may find that the duties are nothing, but you don’t want to see colleagues at all. In this case, you should try to find a new job with a decent team. Post a resume, walk through interviews, but do not incite conflict in the old place. The problem with such “personnel” is usually solved not by open wrestling, but by simply changing the team.
Thinking about your disgust for work, you can come to the conclusion that you are just feeling unwell and do not want any work now, and not just this particular one. Constant lack of sleep and inability to relax, as well as the “second shift” on the farm are the main cause of ailments. Delegate authority at home. Let each family member do some household chores, and not just come home to sleep and eat. Give up the series, 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 as you gradually relax and lose your aversion to work.
Or maybe you just outgrown office work as an activity. It happens that a person realizes that doing the same thing without having a boss “above the head” and an uncomfortable chair under the fifth point is much more effective. Try to look for orders on the side of their profession. Build a personal customer base. Consider visiting the office as a personal project, finding customers for your future business. Then your action will gain meaning, and perhaps you will be able to abandon wage labor in the very near future.