Yes. get fed up of it all the time.
I've two small children, and the risks at this stage to their lives if i got squashed have to be reassesed all the time.
the cost and time demands are quite high, so you end up feeling guilty about that.
all the guys i ride with do track days, which although i love doing have to be approached as an occasional luxury rather than a stable part of the diet ,as my peers view them,so peer pressure is quite high.
had a chance to go out yesterday but couldn't be arsed with it.
BUT having said all that, the advantages are still huge.
i accept i need the rush, and i've been riding long enough to be good at it combined with being too old to want to learn something else (what anyway? )
Social aspect is good. and the thing about "comfort zones" is that they are yours, find new friends to ride with if thats a problem.
i've downsized to reduce costs, and have actually found its more fun.
and its in the "blood" i've had periods without bikes and they were horrible. you've got to have something in your life thats yours and makes you feel alive. motorbike riding is mine, but if you think something could replace it then try it and see.
but Don't just give up