Stress Management for Teens

There are some stress management tips that your teen can follow, as well, to help reduce their own stress: Creative Visualization can be a powerful tool to get out of a negative headspace: Try sitting in a quiet room, closing your eyes, and listening to the surrounding sounds. Imagine the ideal outcomes to the situation […]

New Year New You Assemblies

This year, shine brighter than ever and be the star you know you can be! Bulldog Solution, Inc. is excited to announce the launching of our “New Year, New You” assembly campaign. All of the assembly content is based on trends we are seeing in today’s schools. Our goal is to provide students with tips […]

Learning to Practice Confidence and Positive Affirmations

Question of the Day From a Mom in Chicago, IL Dear Bulldog, How should you help your child feel comfortable about any physical differences? My daughter was born with a cleft and is coming to the age where kids start to tease. What’s the best way to keep her confidence and not let it break […]

Who to invite?

Question of the Day from a Mom in Northbrook, IL:    Dear Bulldog,  My daughter is in 3rd grade and we are working on her invitation for her birthday party. As we are writing up the guest list, I noticed that she is excluding some girls in her class. There has been some friend drama, […]

Tips of using social media

Question of the Day from a Dad in Vermont:  Dear Bulldog,  I am concerned about all this social media. What are some tips you have about teaching my son about all this technology. Thank you!  From an old school dad Dear Old School Dad, This is so normal. We all feel like this at some […]

How do you define bullying?

Question of the Day from a Dad in Toledo, Ohio:  Dear Bulldog,  How do you define bullying? Thank you,  A Dad from Toledo Dear Dad from Toledo, We get that question a lot about the definition of bullying. We define bullying as: Using your power to intentionally harm someone else over a period of time. There […]

Kids first phone

Question of the Day from a mom of a 5th grader, Chicago, IL: Dear Bulldog, I find myself under a lot of pressure to get my 5th grader a phone. What are some important things to know when I do give her that phone? Thanks! A mom from Chicago Dear Mom from Chicago, Before giving […]

The Collaboration Toolkit

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