I've made good progress with a lot of issues I had in my life. My OCD therapy has gone very well, I'm no longer a toxic perfectionist, I am exercising regularly, got some overdue dental work done and also have a dental night guard now for teeth grinding, I make time to DIY regularly, I wear lolita more often because it makes me happier, made a new friend who I now hang out with every so often, diet is going very well (I introduced more protein and I feel so much better physically) but I am still miserable most of the time.
The biggest remaining problem that I haven't been able to make any progress with despite a lot of effort is my sleep schedule. I've been struggling with it for years, trying to solve it on my own (with melatonin supplements, gradually scheduling earlier bedtimes, getting some sunlight in my eyes right after waking up, skipping sleep entirely for one night hoping that I would be able to go to bed on time the next day, etc, all the standard advice) before asking my GP for help because it's way more embarrassing to have this problem than anything else I've dealt with. GP didn't say anything I hadn't heard before. I brought it to the OCD therapist and she said it was probably part of my OCD and that she would address it near the end of my therapy. I'm near the end of my therapy and it looks like we're not going to have time to address it. I just recently found out it's called delayed sleep phase syndrome. I'm regularly functioning on 4 to 5 hours of sleep because I have to get up in the morning just like most other people but can't get to sleep early enough to get at least 7 hours. I'm not sure what I'm going to do about it, I might wait until I'm sure it can't be addressed during OCD therapy anymore and then see if there's any specialist locally that I can afford that doesn't have a year long waiting list.