Have a talk with your boss.

The first step is to discuss a more manageable schedule with your supervisor.  Don't mention that you consider yourself a workaholic or that you want to shift your priorities away from work, as your boss may view those points as signs of weakness.


Have a talk with your boss.
The first step is to discuss a more manageable schedule with your supervisor.  Don't mention that you consider yourself a workaholic or that you want to shift your priorities away from work, as your boss may view those points as signs of weakness.
Instead, explain that you need a bit more time to address matters in your personal life.  This subtle difference could save your job.
Focus on your long term goals through the years, you may have lost touch with your aspirations.  This is why it's important, as you attempt to take the time to re evaluate what matters most to you, both personally and professionally.
Is this the type of work that you want to be doing the rest of your days?
Do your objectives include a home, a family and often specific experiences?
Base your decisions on the kind of life you want years from now, not the nearest deadline.
Stop bringing work home. Your workday should end the moment you step out of the office, so avoid spending the evening in front of your laptop and ranting about your job to your friends and family.
Stop answering business calls during dinner.
You need to set boundaries for yourself.  While occasional work related calls are unavoidable, they should not become habit.
Nurture your neglected relationships.
Revive some of your old friendships and let the people you’ve disappointed in the past know that things are going to be different.
If you’re in a committed relationship or you have a family, make sure to spend at least 20 minutes of quality time with your loved ones every day.
You also should try to make new friends, since your previous circles may have enabled your addiction.
Take up a hobby. Don't just watch television and go to sleep every evening after work.
Instead, fill your free time with fun activities, preferably ones that get you out of the house.
Make your hobbies part of the office small talk.  This will remind your bosses that you now have personal matters to attend to, and hopefully they will keep this in mind when they schedule your workload.
Keep your social commitments.
Workaholics need to schedule their free time just as they would any workday, and they need to be sure to stick to the plan.
Make it a matter of pride that you always respect your social engagements.  Once you're used to the practice of scheduling your social time, you can take advantage of your compulsive nature to improve your personal life by calling your friends on a regular basis and making your plans.
Your nature will obligate you to honor your scheduled social time.
Start exercising. You’re probably in need of a good workout if you’ve spent the last few years pulling five hours of overtime every day.
After all, office ergonomics can only take you so far.
Besides, physical activity can help improve your self image, and you need something other than your job to boost your self-esteem.
Consider taking a group sport so you can interact with others.
Start eating and sleeping regularly. Fighting a compulsion takes a lot of energy, which is why you should always regiment your meals and make sure you get enough rest at night.
Resist the temptation to skip breakfast or lunch.  Your body needs nourish

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ment and that takes precedence over any work issue.
Taking care of your physical health will help to ensure that you have the mental strength to keep your priorities straight.
Step out during your breaks.  Make sure to take all your breaks, including your entire lunch hour.  Your days of eating breakfast, lunch and dinner at your desk are over.  To help you make the most of your downtime, exit the premises at every pause so you can detach yourself from your work.  
The fresh air and change of environment will help you keep things in perspective.
Stop being a perfectionist. Contrary to popular belief, workaholics aren't always appreciated by their employers because they have a tendency to micro manage every undertaking and work too hard for too little results.  It's imperative that you learn to let things go.  
Stop confusing the company's quality standards with your own.  Sometimes a project is good enough even though it's far from perfect.
Make yourself dispensable. As a workaholic, you may have become indispensable in the office by taking on too many tasks and refusing to share your expertise, which makes it impossible to fully invest in a personal life since coworkers are likely to call whenever there is a problem.
So lighten your load and train a few colleagues to perform your duties while you're away.
That way, when you clock out, you can truly disconnect from your job.
Use your vacation time.  At this point, you may have banked several months of unused vacation.
Use this time to get back in touch with what matters most to you.  If you can, travel to a country you've always wanted to visit.  This will help you separate your personal life from your professional one.