Naomi Judd Story: Breaking the Silence about The Troubled Life of Naomi Judd (Paperback)
After the tragic death of Naomi Judd at the age of 76, the country music world mourned one of the greats. She fought for decades to find peace in her own life, but as one half of the mother-daughter duet The Judds, she made listeners want for a better world free from hatred and division when she wrote the 1990 song "Love Can Build a Bridge."
Naomi publicly discussed her suicidal thoughts in a 2016 interview. "Think about your worst day ever-someone passed away; you lost your job; you discovered you were being deceived; you learned your kid had a rare condition-you can take all of these things and put them together, and that's what depression feels like."
Sadly, Wynonna Judd and Ashley Judd, her two daughters, connected her death to the long-term mental health issues she had.
This book describes Naomi Judd's troubled childhood, which included abuse, and her mental health problems, which ultimately resulted in her suicide.
Included in this book:
- Naomi Judd Biography
- The Life of Naomi Judd Before Her Death: Her Battle With "Life-Threatening" Mental Illness and Sexual Abuse
- What You Need to Know About the Mother-Daughter Relationship of Wynonna and Naomi Judd
- Naomi Judd Death
and a lot more.
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