Don’t wait on someone else to make you happy. If you are not happy, it is your responsibility to shift that. “My partner doesn’t make me happy,” is a true statement. Never has and never will. That is not a realistic expectation and it is your job.
If you want to be happy, try serving others and volunteering, then try living according to your purpose and then work on finding beauty and gratitude in absolutely everything (living in the moment). When you do these things, the byproduct is happiness. Be conscious and aware in each moment. Try it and feel better.
“Devotion to divine love does not eliminate the pleasures and pains of relationships. You simply no longer depend on relationships to give you what you already are: blissfulness surrendered as radiant love.
“You can either give yourself to a man or you can be your own woman!
“I need to be this love, spread wide and large, and in harmony with all, beyond all, or I suffer. The tension of ignoring this vast truth is unbearable.
“Consciousness is another word for love, the open space of existence, the cognizant radiance of being, in which all things shimmer, including your body. The only way your woman is truly fed by your consciousness is through your body.
“Because they identify with light and energy, most women want to be seen as beautiful and felt as love. Your woman probably wants to be worshiped, adored, and desired as the main attraction in your life, just as you probably want your woman to treat you like God.
“Women confuse their fullness in radiant love with their personal worth just as men confuse their fullness of consciousness with their sexual prowess and success in the world altogether.” Deida
This reading was heavy- go back and re-read this. Ask your partner what they want from you and ask them if the reading resonates with them.
Have you tried doing the exercises on a regular basis (The Art of Sexual Ecstasy by Margo Anand) yet? Are you practicing this particular one 10-20 times before it becomes comfortable during sex? It is time to get the book, and read it, if you have not already done so. Here is an exercise to practice: The Sexual Dialogue: role playing each other