Wynonna Judd took to Instagram on Sunday to update fans on how she is coping a month after the tragic suicide of her mother, Naomi Judd, 76.
57-year-old Ashland, Kentucky native: ‘Check in’ in the title of a social media post“There’s a lot going on in the world right now. Before I sat down to write this, I thought, ‘No…I just don’t know what to say. ” Then, I heard my life coach ask me, “You know what? “I started crying.
The artist of no one else on earth continued, “What do I know?? I know the pain of losing my mom to suicide on 4/30 is so great that I often feel like I’ll never be able to fully accept and give in to her with her Way to leave the fact. This can’t be the end of the Judds story.
UPDATE: Wynonna Judd, 57, took to Instagram on Sunday to update fans on how she was coping a month after the tragic death of her mother, Naomi Judd, 76. She was photographed paying tribute to her late mother in Nashville in May. 15
Wynonna said that at a tragic time and focused on being a “healthier grandparent” for her young grandson, Kaliyah, she knew she “must continue to show up for herself and do personal therapy work” in an effort to “break the addiction and the family.” Dysfunctional circulation.
Wynonna added: “I know it’s a simple step procedure, and those steps are sometimes not easy to take. So I commit to keep doing the ‘next right thing’ and schedule weekly appointments so I can keep going work, even if I have a good day.
Wynonna said she felt “so helpless — especially now,” citing Judds’ 1990 hit “Love Can Build A Bridge,” which was written by her late mother.
“I know, as old-fashioned as it sounds, love can build a bridge,” she said. “I found myself humming songs my mother wrote for fans and listening to myself on the farm at night.”
After Naomi’s tragic death a month ago at the age of 76, Wynonna told fans how she is recovering.The pair were pictured at the CMT Awards on April 11
Earlier this month, Winona took the stage to pay tribute to her late mother
Winona said she knew her support system and dedicated herself to acting during the difficult times following the family tragedy.
“I really know that I can’t do this sad thing alone and can ask for help,” she said. “I will continue to fight for my faith, my ego, my family, and I will continue to show up and sing. .”
Wynonna ended the touching post by saying: “Thank you all for your love and support. Let’s check back more often.
The update comes less than a month after Wynonna and sister Ashley Judd, 54, released a statement on social media announcing Naomi’s death.
Ashley and Wynonna Judd hold back tears during the Country Music Hall of Fame ceremony in Nashville on May 1
Wynonna and Ashley release April 30 statement announcing family tragedy
“Our sisters experienced a tragedy today,” the sisters said. “Our beautiful mother died of mental illness. We are shattered. We are going through deep grief and know we love her and she is loved by her public. We are in uncharted territory.
The day after Naomi’s death, The Judds was indicted into the Country Music Hall of Fame at the CMA Theater in Nashville, and Wynonna promised to continue performing there, telling the audience, “My heart is broken, but I’m going to keep singing because that That’s what we are.’
Ashley told the crowd tearfully, “I’m sorry she couldn’t make it to this day.”
Wynonna will tour this fall on The Judds: The Final Tour, which she originally planned to perform with her mother. Many country music artists, such as Faith Hill, Trisha Yearwood, Brandi Carlile, Little Big Town, Martina McBride and Ashley McBryde, will accompany Wynonna on select nights of the tour.
“I am once again humbled by the loyalty of our fans who have been with us for over 38 years, and who continue to be there for me when I need them most,” Winona said in a May 19 statement.