Are you grateful for your honey?
Cultivating feelings of gratitude for your partner—daily—will make you feel more satisfied, and that feeling can rub off on your honey, too.
Show your gratitude with lots of texts and emails and little pats and gestures, and figure out if you're meeting your partner's needs. Real needs, often expressed, that you may not think are so important.
But all that will be easier to do if you feel grateful inside.
Our society talks about gratitude but in many ways discourages it. We're more focused on convincing ourselves that we'd be fine alone or on making our relationships better than they are. It's somehow embarrassing to say "My life is so much better because of you!"
Every morning, the late Lee Lipsenthal, author of Enjoy Every Sandwich, meditated on the ways he loved his wife. He would open his arms and she'd roll over onto him and go back to sleep, while he focused on his love for her for 45 minutes! This wasn't a marriage without problems. At one point, he'd considered breaking it off. They turned it around.
You may resent that your partner isn't more grateful for you, or doesn't thank you enough. The remedy may be, surprisingly, to cultivate your own appreciation for the good stuff.