I assume that's true.
I was responding to Stephen Bissette's comments, above. Stephen said, "Like many of my old cronies, Ger loathes talking about what he did, and now really has a strong reaction to even considering drawing. It's sad, but typical for many; I've seen it with many pros. This industry, even under what fans/readers would consider 'best circumstances,' really can take it out of you."
Over the years, at comics conventions, I've met a number of old pros who no longer were actively working in the industry. Sometimes they wished they were; other times, they had moved on to do something else. But they seemed to feel a residual fondness for the comic book world in general. These aren't the people to whom I refer.