It's at the very core of why I dislike digital photography to the degree that I do; it's dealing with so much shit that has nothing to do with photography.
The second aspect, which Laurent so wonderfully states - I sit on my rear end in front of a computer screen 80% of my work time. Now why would I want to do that when I'm enjoying my time off work? That's probably the part of it that's the biggest detriment to me - to do more of what I do at work. Just dust spotting scans of prints drives me crazy.
It's nice to hear of the photo therapy. The other day I had a rough day at work, and when I got home I realized I had forgotten to stop by the grocery store, so I had to head out again. To 'calm myself' I loaded the camera with a roll of HP5+ (to be prepared if Tri-X stops appearing), and went to take some pictures before doing anything else, and it worked! Totally relaxed me, and even though I'm yet to develop the film, I enjoyed myself a lot.