How should I use the Lifespark Weekly website?

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Depending on your needs, there are a few different ways you might want to approach the Lifespark Weekly website:

1) If there is nothing in particular that is bothering you right now, and you’d just like to learn more about finding greater meaning and purpose in life, then you might start by checking out the current weekly issue, perusing past issues, or reading our beginner’s guide on how to find meaning in life. Each week, we explore a central topic related to how to find meaning in life and publish 5 featured articles (1 per weekday) that dive deep into a specific facet of the issue or problem. Featured articles are accompanied by related quizzesvideos, and evidence-based strategies that offer new ways to improve yourself. So, take a peek at our recent issues and see what speaks to you. You can also subscribe to our free LifeSpark newsletter to get updates on the latest developments.

2) If you are looking for guidance on some specific problem that you’re facing, then you can use our search bar to locate content that is relevant to your concern. We also organize our content based on people’s interests, allowing you to browse articles and resources related to topics that matter to you the most.

So, what needs do you have? Read each descriptor below and click to content categories that seem most relevant to your problem or issue.  

(a) If you have been feeling like you’re in a rut and want to boost your sense of emotional well-being and quality of life, click here.

(b) If you want to work on self-improvement for relationships, click here.

(c) If you are wanting to learn how to grow spiritually and deepen your sense of faith and spirituality, then click here.

(d) If it’s a better appreciation for the way science and nature contribute to our sense of meaning in life that you are looking for, then click here.

(e) If you are wanting to connect at a broader level and become more informed about current events and topics related to how to find meaning in life, then click here.

(f) And finally, if you are looking for a beginner’s guide on how to find meaning in life, click here.

3) If you’ve scoured the site and still haven’t found what you’re looking for, consider writing to us about your problem. Click here to learn more about how to submit a request to have Dr. Holland directly respond to your questions in our “Ask Jason” advice column.