Society has a major misconception that if a woman is married she knows what she is doing when it comes to relationships.
This is quite often not true. As relationships are quite complex and require emotional understanding.
Many women often put up with a lot of trauma and drama for the sake of keeping a man, at the cost of happiness of everyone in the household.
In the case of Tausha Haight, by the time she was ready to end her toxic marriage, her husband was far too gone into into his chosen life perspective of believing he no longer had control over his own life, wife, happiness or marriage.
In January, Michael Haight, 42, of Utah, shot and killed his wife, Tausha Haight, 40, Tausha Height’s mother, Gail Earl, 78, and the couple’s five children: a 4-year-old boy, a 7-year-old boy, a 7-year-old girl, a 12-year-old girl, and a 17-year-old girl. After that, he killed himself, leaving a suicide letter that blamed everything on his wife.
The massacre came weeks after Tausha Haight filed for divorce from her husband, was a devoted Mormon and an insurance agent who had recently been fired from All State.
In a suicide letter recently released by the Police Department, Michael referenced his faith and work ethic – and the apparent discord those parts of his life have caused his marriage.
“I’ve been complained about every step of the way that I work too much, put my church calling before my wife and on and on and on,” Michael Haight wrote. “She has been so awful to me and my family for years and I have generally been patient trying to work through her issues with my family, our kids, neighbors, ward members and others who don’t make her the center of attention. This is nonsense and I can’t handle it for one more day. We will not be a burden on society. I kept asking for help and you wouldn’t listen.”
The missive goes on to express a preference for death over the continued life he and his family were leading.
“I can not believe that God has allowed the person who should be the closest to me in the world to fault find, gossip and disparage me at every turn,” the letter continues. “I have never seen someone who is so intent on finding faults in others. I have tried helping but it generally backfires and I seem to always get blamed. I would rather rot in hell than to put up with another day of this manipulation and control over me.”
According to the 57-page report, divorce papers were prepared by Tausha Haight’s attorney on Dec. 21, 2022. The killer would be served with the papers six days later, on Dec. 27, 2022.
“He asked her how her day was going,” the police report says, according to Deseret News. “He acted as if nothing had happened.”
One of the daughters texted a friend excited her mom was finally leaving her dad and said that “He has to go.”
None of Michael’s family wanted him around.
Sometimes women think that complaining about a man will change him. It won’t. It only angers him. Which is why women are told to never nag a man.
Instead of nagging or complaining, which makes things worse, seek out a relationship coach or a therapist.
There is no such thing as not having control over your life or not being able to improve your situation.
In any relationship, instead of complaining, you can stay in silence, change YOUR ways, go to therapy, or leave. When a woman complains most men become deaf to everything she’s saying.
Many relationship problems actually start with people hopping into long-term committed relationships without fully knowing themselves, their desires, and not knowing how to communicate properly with a partner.
That is why relationship coaches are important.
If you are in a toxic relationship, seek help. Things can improve.
Rest in peace to this beautiful family.
P.S. Ladies, if your husband/man is a super terror, DO NOT serve him divorce papers or tell him you are leaving and still be in the house where he can access you. These things have to be PLANNED. It’s an ESCAPE.
To read more details on this story visit the Law & Crime blog.