By VICTOR GUZMAN BERGER
On Aug. 29, after Hurricane Harvey struck in Houston, a woman had an overreaction when she was abruptly interviewed by a reporter who came to her at just the same moment tragedy had occurred.
Apparently it was not a good time to talk. According to the woman, what else could happen on top of living the worst tragedy of her life? Being interviewed by a reporter to give a public statement of something I do not even want to recall, was “the cherry on top the cake.”
Perhaps the journalist wasn’t aware of the woman’s mood ahead of time. Maybe she should have considered a different approach, offering some help, asking the woman if she was feeling okay. It seems the reporter was surprised and consequently this made her nervous. Every time the woman got upset, the reporter would reply “I am sorry.”