Our expert says:
Sounds like a simple question with a simple answer, but it isn't. So much depends on who you are, how you live, and what you want and expect. What, FOR YOU, is "happy". Being happy is entirely your own responsibility, and it is never someone else's responsibility to make you happy. Its fair to expect someone else not to actively try to make you unhappy. See a psychotherapist / counsellor and sort out your own problems about understanding happiness ( maybe "content" is a better aim, nobody is "happy" all the time ) ; to set appropriate and realistic goals, and to learn how to find your own way towards them. Then, with more realistic expectations, you could start to look for more satisfying normal relationships, not burdened with excessive expectations.
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