Houston, Texas - I wish the news reporters covering the aftermath of Hurricane Harvey in Texas would stop asking flood victims what they think about what's happened. Many, if not most of them have lost everything they worked hard for. Show some common decency for God sake.

Though she may have asked with good intentions, a CNN news reporter asked a woman, Daniel, displaced by the flooding in Houston, about her experience before and after being rescued from flood water. Filled with emotion and more that I can not begin to imagine, Daniel told the reporter "Y'all sitting here trying to interview people during their worst times. That's not the smartest thing to do. Like people are really breaking down, and y'all sitting here with camera's and microphones trying to ask us what the **** is wrong with us!"

I work in media, but I've taken an oath with myself to never exploit people when they're at their worst. Instead, I will go out of my way to protect them if I'm able. I wish the reporters covering Hurricane Harvey would be respectable in that way. They shouldn't have to experience it in order to understand. Some things don't require an explanation.