Wynonna Judd expressed her feelings about the situation one month after her mother, Naomi, died at the age of 76.

In an intriguing Instagram post, Judd wrote, "Look at this. There is so much going on in the world right now. So before I sat down and 

wrote it down, I felt like, 'Yes. e .. 'ignorant. I want to.' 'I do it.' talk about it. Then I heard the words of my life coach who asked me, 

'What do you know?' I started to cry. "

He continued, "What do I know? I know the grief of losing my mother at 4/30 when suicide was so severe that I always felt I could 

not completely accept it and leave it. was lost after this.is not the end of Jewish history. "

"I know," he continued, "rather than being a healthy grandfather to my older grandson, Kaliyah, born April 13, 2 weeks and 2 days

before his mother left", to break the cycle of dependence and separation . . and perform self-medication. I know it is a simple program

and sometimes these procedures are not easy to do. So I promise to keep on 'doing what is right' and to make weekly 

arrangements so that I can continue in my assignment, even if I had a good day. "...