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The Carolinas is where Briella first met Ansaldo it was heaven’s door that opened. They started out without much, but Ansaldo built an empire for them. Briella was a proud wife and she placed him above all others. However, in once she placed him on a pedestal, things changed. She didn’t know that she had given him that much power, that she would lose herself, and everything he told her she believed she literally allowed him to think for her and take over her, which caused her to dull herself down. She stopped working on her dreams and she stopped working on her goals, and she started living his life. Ansaldo would flirt with other women while his wife Briella was present. Briella stated that she’ll whether be at home than be disrespected in front of her friends Kyomi, Aurelia, Arya, and Caitriona. Briella’s husband’s friends Ammar, Aiden, Dalton, and Miles talked with him about his disrespectful ways towards his wife in public. However, Ansaldo did not like it when his wife would question him about what woman he was talking to. See, Briella’s husband has this big man image, when he first met her it all changed. Briella thought of him as the perfect husband and businessman, and friends to everyone on the outside, however, little did people know what went on. However, you truly never know who a person is until you’ve lived with them behind those closed doors.
Recessions in the US Economy. Mortgages, Banks Essentially the 2008 recession occurred because banks got greedy and lent money to people to buy houses who they knew couldn’t afford it. However, they took those loans and sold them as a financial package to different banks, and international markets because the rating agencies considered them super safe investments, and more dumb insurance companies basically promised to cover loans if something went wrong and so it all seemed perfect until it wasn’t. And since they loaned money for homes people couldn’t afford the borrowers were unable to pay back their loans for a variety of reasons. However, one of these reasons were their mortgages which were on adjustable rates meaning as the interest rates rose people’s mortgages got higher and they couldn’t afford those mortgages anymore causing the borrowers to default on their payments. And this trickled down as a domino effect impacting banks, insurance companies, wall street, and every player and non-player involved who were eventually bailed out by the government by taxpayers like you and me.