Don't Sweat the Small Stuff contains activities to help students differentiate between the "big deals" and "not a big deals" in life. Activities include differentiating good from bad, differentiating "big deals" from "not a big deals", determining where to receive help based on the situation, and determining what to say based on the situation.
Please note, that this was developed with more mature, middle to high school grade students in mind. Topics covered include: drug/tobacco use, violence, family disputes, cheating, stealing, inappropriate electronics use, etc... in addition to more common problems such as fights between friends, being teased, etc... This is not meant for young or immature students. It is intended to help older students differentiate between problems in life that are truly serious and those that are not, as well as to help them learn how to handle a variety of situations.