Today's 98.3 TRY social dilemma came from Colleen. Here's her email. Hi Jaime. I'm just wondering how other people handle this situation. Last night, I got up to go to the bathroom. I have a little nightlite in my bathroom. And as I walked into the bathroom I look on the wall near the toilet and there he is just staring at me....a brown spider. He was about three feet from my face. I have a fear of spiders so I quickly grabbed some toilet paper and smushed and flushed him. When I told this story to a couple of friends, they were not happy with me. They explained that there is no reason to fear spiders and that they're actually good because they eat the other insects in the house. They said if anything I should have captured him and put him outside, not killed him. I think that's crazy. Others said they just leave them alone. So what do you do Jaime. I can't imagine someone wouldn't kill a spider in their house. Thanks ~ Colleen. Well, Colleen is going to be shocked by my answer. I don't mind them. I've trained myself to just leave the spiders alone in my house. I say hello to them, ask them to please leave my line of sight next time I come in that room and go. Some of my friends think I'm crazy for having this policy and they kill them. Other's catch them alive and release them outside. So what do you do? Do you follow my peaceful coexistence policy or do you kill them? Let me know on the TRY Facebook page.