Kurt, we all know the matter of his suffering from parental separation. Kurt perhaps feeling abandoned and unable to find a strong woman to feel safe. But did Coutney really love it or did he just use it? Was she a mother figure, as Yoko had been for John, or was she just a partner, also unhappy and addicted to drugs? Maybe Kurt decided to die because I can't find comfort in his (pierced?) Arms?

Can a woman replace a lost (not physically dead) mother or can the parenting function not be effective in this case? Courtney, if you look closely, in many photos she looks like a capricious child rather than a grown woman. So maybe Kurt was under the illusion that he could be “looked after” by her while in reality it was she who needed to be contained. Somehow this relationship was unbalanced but that didn’t stop the two musicians from having a baby girl. We’ve seen Cortney go from rock star to elegant lady, thanks to dead Kurt’s money. So did she act well or did she really love him?


John tormented by emotional shortage. Unleash his need for love in music. But when love arrives, she is the age of a mother. Is he a child looking for love? He remains enraptured by his mother's womb, absorbed, until his friendship with Paul is questioned. Paul realizing how much influence that woman has on him.
Music could not replace a mother. Yoko yes, he did. She drew her lost son to her and found him. John found himself but lost his friends. Are there other cases of wives or mothers or girlfriends "vacuum cleaners of genius people"?
Did Yoko bring out the best in John? Did it grow it or did it regress? Did he kidnap him from the Beatles to have him all for himself or did he want to help him demonstrate his genius in a complete way?
John struggled to spread his message of peace. Which musician these days is doing the same? 

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