Change what makes you unhappy or leave what makes you unhappy. Just don’t complain about what makes you unhappy. Complaint is a saboteur, a way of doing nothing while pretending to do something.
This is the secret that time draws us away from: Nothing we can find, get, achieve or accumulate will make us happier than we are right now.
“You complete me.” Only ego feels incomplete. (Is “I AM” partial? A fraction?)
“You make me happy.” This Sisyphean endeavour begins with a face-splitting rictus and ends in a trickle of salted water.
We cannot be happy in the future. Happiness is a now state. Everything else is business as usual—anticipation, imagination, desire, wanting.
Therefore, want what you have; don’t want what you don’t have.
I will find something that will make me happier than I AM now.