And you're not only not alone, it appears you're being joined by a growing number of others.
On The Early Show Friday, Thalia Assuras reported that more than a-third of Americans will opt to not take all the vacation days they're entitled to this year, and Americans are averaging more than three hours a week more today than their parents did. That's the equivalent of three-and-a-half more workweeks a year.
Assuras says a group called Workaholics Anonymous is spreading, with more than 35 regular meeting sites around the country. Members grapple with what they consider a disease as serious as alcoholism or drug addiction.
Also Friday, co-anchor Rene Syler spoke with psychotherapist and University of North Carolina Professor Emeritus Bryan Robinson Ph.D., a self-described recovering workaholic who has authored 25 books, including "Chained to the Desk: A Guidebook for Workaholics."
Robinson addressed the real-life impact of being work-addicted, how to know if you are a workaholic, and what you can do about it.
To watch the Assuras report,
To read an excerpt of "Chained to the Desk", click here.