I go through spells in my photography where I don't think I am out shooting enough - I miss it and want to shoot more - the tell tale signs are usually that I start looking for something to buy which will help me take more photos - like film, lenses, cameras, filters, etc.
I recently went through a dry period, and more recently, have been able to get out a bunch - digital and film. I am now realizing that while it is great to out for a morning and burn through some film or CF cards, that invariably leads to developing, scanning, editing, etc - which can take more time than the original shooting. I feel great when I am out shooting, but I feel pressured to DO SOMETHING with the photos when I get home. (edit, tweak, print, share, etc.)
I am slowly learning to be more careful in my compositions, and shoot less - prepare more, and consequently spend less time on 'post-production'. That way there is less to do afterwards, at home, after the kids are asleep, and the dishes are done, and the laundry is folded, you know - in the late hours of the evening - when I should be sleeping because I am working the next day!
So, in summary - YES I want to shoot every day! Does that work for me - no!
Do you need help? ...well not for your camera/photography fetish... maybe for something else?