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Kurt Cobain’s Daughter Says She Feels Deeply Wounded In Father’s Day Post

Kurt Cobain’s Daughter Says She Feels Deeply Wounded In Father’s Day Post

The daughter of Kurt Cobain has paid tribute to him in a Father's Day post.

Kurt Cobain's daughter has paid tribute to him in a Father's Day post explaining her feelings at this time of year.

While Father's Day is a time for many to celebrate the relationship they have with their dads, for those who no longer have a father it can be a reminder of what they have lost or don't have.

Some people prefer not to celebrate at all, while others hold an event to cherish the memories they have of their dads.

Nonetheless, Father's Day can be a tough time for the many who no longer have their father around.

And this includes Frances Bean Cobain, daughter of Nirvana icon Kurt and Courtney Love, who has shared a heartfelt message explaining what she does on Father's Day to deal with not having her dad around.

Frances Bean Cobain has spoken about the emotions she feels on Father's Day.

Posting on her Instagram account, she said she was 'sending whatever needs to be sent your way today'.

She wrote: "Today can be complicated for a lot of people. So I just thought I would share my yearly tradition for this day.

"I try to use whatever energy I'm feeling (sometimes sad, sometimes deeply wounded or lost, but in more recent years curious & compassionate) to bring into the world something that hasn't previously existed, through some kind of creative outlet."

"I like to believe that if something beautiful can co-exist alongside something sad or complicated then that allows room for those emotions to be circulated with emotion and meaning."

Kurt was in his daughter's life for less than two years before his suicide in 1994.

A final note he had left for his loved ones ended with a message for Frances, saying she 'will be so much happier without me' and stating that he loved her.

Kurt Cobain died in 1994, two years after his daughter was born.

In an interview with Rolling Stone about her relationship with her father, Frances said she felt he 'eventually had to sacrifice every bit of who he was to his art because the world demanded it of him'.

She also said it 'would have been an incredible experience' to still have her dad in her life and that he 'didn't want to be the f*****g voice of a generation'.

The 29-year-old admitted she wasn't a massive fan of her father's music but said 'Territorial Pissings' was 'a f*****g great song'.

She also said she cried every time she heard 'Dumb', calling it 'a stripped-down version of Kurt’s perception of himself'.

If you have experienced a bereavement and would like to speak with someone in confidence contact Cruse Bereavement Care via their national helpline on 0808 808 1677

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