Right, I know there are hundreds of these threads kickin' about, but still.

I haven't hit a rut, so much, in the sense that I WANT to play. But I can't find the energy, and even when I can, I can't play any of the stuff I used to be able to. I can't stretch, my sweeping goes back to being incredibly sketchy, and so on and so forth.

In short, my guitar playing is falling apart.

Any ways to remedy this?
Learn new things, but start simple. Find people to play together with.
Quote by lizarday
oh yeah? well larry king the slayer guitarist owns bc rich guitars. (i think)
Jam with other people, make it regular. If you have a gig or something to work for, then you'll want to play loads more. Worked for me, just had the best gig of my life on tuesday.
Joining a band is probably the fastest and most effective way to get the spark back. It doesn't have to be anything serious, but playing with others will almost certainly help.
Quote by Son of a Brit
You spelled practice wrong

you have got to be kidding me ! i asked my english teacher if he was sure that it's spelled with an s, he said yes. and now you are telling me that's wrong ? oh god somebody please tell me the correct way of spelling that.
Quote by webbtje
^ +1. Grammar fascist, I choose YOU!

Actually thats spelling.

Yay Semantics!

EDIT: Just realized that's totally off topic. I find that I enjoy playing a lot more when I'm playing with other people, espescially for a show.