Photo-therapy! I'd be a basketcase without it.
My work is intensely interpersonal and is often emotionally and physically exhausting. (Rewarding, challenging and fulfilling too, or it would never be worth it.)
Hiking off into the woods by myself, or locking myself into the darkroom, and not having to talk to anybody for hours is an important balance. Slow photography soothes and recharges me. Even if nothing goes right, and I have useless negatives or botched prints at the end of the day, I enjoy myself.
The computer, on the other hand, is the only thing that has made me weep with rage since my ex left the country.