Courtney Love’s Biggest Regret About Kurt Cobain

It has been almost 30 years since the passing away of Kurt Cobain at the age of 27, which was ruled as suicide.  He decided to leave this world by leaving a suicide note that became public in which he stated that the world would be a better place without him. The passing away has affected many people, including his wife, Courtney Love.

Following her husband’s death, the singer had mental breakdowns, violent rants, and physical assaults on the audience or fellow musicians. She was under the influence of drugs for a long time, both before and after the passing away of Cobain, struggling to accept his death.

Love revealed one of her biggest regrets in a 2014 interview for The Quietus. The Hole singer was asked about the time she packed to tour right after Cobain’s death. Love replied:

“I think you were lucky if you got to see that tour. I really didn’t think so at the time, but I mean, I didn’t know. I had no skin.”

Love was asked about her grief, and she revealed her regret as the answer. She shared:

“I wish I hadn’t toured. No, I mean, I grieved on stage. A lot of grieving cycle came out in that, in front of hundreds of thousands of people. At the same time, when the movie star thing landed, I wasn’t prepared for it emotionally. At 49, I am prepared for it emotionally. I’m ready.”

With the death of her husband, Love was unable to recover and suffered from depression, anxiety, and stress as a result of her success with Hole. Love eventually sought professional help for her drug addiction and revealed that Buddhist practices had helped her live a better life.