The Love Me Love You tool kit contains a broad range of resources to help you proactively manage your mental health

Free downloadables!

We have put together some free printables for you or your club to download and print.

Display these in your office, your clubrooms, on the back of toilet doors (you know, where those posters watch you do our thing….) – anywhere there is spare space. Print and display proudly, knowing you are promoting LMLY and the services we offer.

Do you have Welfare Warriors around you? Fill their names out so people know who they can go to to talk to. Remember, you are never alone.

Having a charity round to support us? Or have you booked in a Welfare Warrior session and want to notify your staff to come along?

We also have some flyers and social tiles that are customisable. Simply follow the link and insert your own images via Canva.

How exercise can help your mental health

This story has been written by Love Me Love You Collective member Paul ClementePersonal Trainer, Co-Founder & Head Trainer of Empower Club   A little background... So, a little backstory about me without boring you all to tears. I have been fortunate enough...

The Waves that keep knocking me down

Written By: Maddie Riddle The waves that keep knocking me down  My psychologist once told me my mental illness had made me more resilient. She said my mental illness was like a consistent wave and the harder it hit me, the more determined I seemed to keep walking into...

What is Mindfulness

This story has been written by Love Me Love You Collective member CAROLINE ANDERSON   Mindfulness As humans we have always been driven towards excellence, however never more so than today. So many of us are wanting to get the most out of ourselves, whether it’s...

Mindful Eating

Written by: Lisa Middleton - LMLY Collective Member This article was originally published in July 2018   You may have heard the term ‘mindfulness’ and how it can relate to many aspects of life, including nutrition and food choices.  Mindfulness relates to an...

What is Resilience?

Written by: Carrie Hayward – Madame Heap Being resilient is not necessarily about feeling strong and not feeling any emotional discomfort. When something unwanted happens to us (beyond our control) then we are going to experience an emotional reaction to that....

Embracing the madness of holidays

Written by Zane Curwen-Walker  The holidays approach and we are thrust in to the frenzy of the festive season. The nuts and bolts of personal life come in to focus as we transition from our every day routine, to a routine of kicking back and...

Staying Grounded

This story originally appeared on Manoj Dias‘ A-Space blog. Manoj has kindly permitted us to re-post here.  Written by: Manoj Dias Follow How to stay grounded... Worry, stress and rumination go hand in hand with joy, happiness and good vibes. Finding ways to feel more...

A Simple Formula for Staying Mentally Strong During Tough Times

Written by: Amy Morin Author, “13 Things Mentally Strong People Don’t Do”This article was originally published on Nov 2016 At one time or another, your mental strength will be tested. Whether you're dealing with a serious health problem, or you're faced with a...

6 Ways to Stop Worrying About Things You Can’t Control

Written by: Amy Morin Author, "13 Things Mentally Strong People Don't Do"This article was originally published on April 2017 You'll be much more effective when you put your time and energy into the things you can control. There's a brutal truth in life that...

Building Resilience

Building Resilience: How to Bounce Back from Adversity. Stress and negative events are an unavoidable part of life. The older we get, the more likely it is that we will experience at least one major stressful life event, and as time goes by we are likely to experience...

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Self care refers to activities undertaken with the intention of enhancing energy, restoring health and reducing stress. 

Taking care of yourself

During uncertain and challenging times in our life our wellbeing can be drastically impacted. 

supporting someone through a challenge

Equip yourself with the necessary tools to be there for others. 


Utilise apps, run a bath or take time to read. Find what works for you.


Eating appropriately provides our bodies with the best fuel to take on challenges.

parents - home learning (primary)

Learning can come in many forms. 

parents - home learning (secondary)

Keep your child motivated to learn during this health crisis.

Students - learning from home

Not extended holidays. Adapting to the changes in our learning. 

Working from home

Find the routine and structure that works for you.


Mindfulness is the act of bringing your attention to the present moment. 


It’s not what we have in life but who we have that counts.

Self Care

Find your happiness triggers to make yourself feel good. Daily!


Refresh, recharge and give yourself the best opportunity to own the day.

The Holidays

The holidays can be hard, for all of us. Let's help you navigate this time.

Wanting to reach out?

Contact the Love Me Love You Support Team today 

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