Today's 98.3 TRY Social Dilemma came from Simon and it's about money at work. Here's his email: Hi Jaime. I need some help with how to handle a situation at work. One of my coworkers is doing a charity run and has been aggressively asking for donations at work. I support the cause, but the amount they suggest is more than I'm comfortable giving. Nearly everyone else in the office has donated, so I’m feeling pressured to do the same, but the holidays and all, I really can't afford that. A few people have asked me what I'm waiting for. I’d be willing to give less, but I don’t want to seem cheap. Should I give in and donate what everyone else is donating, or just give what I can, or pretend I forgot to donate? Help me out. Thanks ~Simon. I don't think anyone should be shamed for giving or not giving to a charity. None of us know what the other person's financial situation is. I think Simon should just give what he feels comfortable giving and if anyone says anything, I would confront them, or go to the boss. What do you think? Let's help Simon out and let me know on the TRY Facebook page.