Los Angeles, May 30 (SocialNews.XYZ) Singer Wynonna Judd will never “fully accept” her mother’s suicide.
More than a month after Naomi Judd, who was suffering from depression, took her own life, one half of country music duo The Judds has shared that they “can’t face the truth” about how their mother died, reports aceshowbiz.com.
“I know the pain of losing Mom to suicide on April 30 is such that I often feel like I will never be able to accept and surrender to the truth as she did did it,” said the 57-year-old star.
“The Judds story can’t end like this.”
The ‘Love Is Alive’ hitmaker – who has 25-year-old Grace and 27-year-old Elijah with ex-husband Arch Kelley III – welcomed their first grandchild just days before their mother’s death and explained that they “do it gotta do the right thing” to live a “healthier” life but still feels “helpless” but will keep singing.
“I know that to break the cycle of addiction and family dysfunction I need to move on to be a healthier grandparent to my firstborn grandchild Kaliyah (born April 13, 2 weeks and 2 days before mom left) to emerge ( first) for me and do the personal healing work,” she wrote on Instagram
“I know this is a program with easy steps, and sometimes those steps aren’t easy.”
“That’s why I’ve made it my goal to keep doing the ‘next right thing’ and making weekly appointments so I can get on with ongoing work even when I’m having good days. I know I feel so helpless – right especially now ‘ she continued.
“I really know that I can’t deal with this grief on my own and that it’s okay to seek help. I will continue to fight for my faith, for my SELF, for my family and I WILL keep performing and singing.”