Throughout life’s dark moments from his parents’ divorce, failed relationships, feeling like a misfit to his stomach pains, heroin addiction, media scrutiny and hating fame, Cobain was able to integrate his creative inspirations from all of these experiences.
Tony Robbins, the self-improvement titan andA author of A "Money: Master the Game," has advised the biggest names in finance, including Ray Dalio, Paul Tudor Jones and T. It was written in a contract at an early age that I would be an artist." As a toddler, Cobain enjoyed playing with a kiddie drum kit.
And he found escape through putting his focus on the punk and grunge music era and that which he was so cleverly putting together.
As a child he was described as being a really happy and excited kid who was sensitive and had a deep sense of care for people, everything changed 360 when his parents divorced at age 7. His inspiration for "Something in the way" came from his experience of living under a bridge by the Wishkah River. The turn of events effected Cobain harshly, and his personality shifted as he became withdrawn admitting later in an interview: "I remember feeling ashamed, for some reason. He would work at a Polynesian Resort so that he could attend tons of punk rock concerts in the Seattle area which gave him much insight while it intrigued his senses. I couldn't face some of my friends at school anymore, because I desperately wanted to have the classic, you know, typical family.


Cobain also did not fit in with others, he despised the macho guys, partially because he was much more aligned with his feminine creative side, this is why he had mostly girl friends. From the likes of Tracy Marander - who told him to get a job instead of his art projects, which influenced him to write 'About a Girl'. He told others he was gay as a teen, even though he wasn't, it was more of a way to be left alone and as he has mentioned "just to piss off the homophobes." On his 14th birthday, his uncle gave him the choice of a bike or a used guitar as a present, and he thankfully took the guitar.
And then when he puked after seeing girlfriend Tobi Vail, because of how in love he instantly became - this moment created the lyric "love you so much it makes me sick".
I wanted that security, so I resented my parents for quite a few years because of that." From then on, a ton of unfortunate ‘life’ events took a toll on him, everything from continuous stomach ulcers, bronchitis and back pains to witnessing his mother being abused by a man she was dating.
Tobi and him wrote a bunch of songs together and many of his future songs were also based on her.
He grew a hatred towards adults and even bullied a kid at school which led his father to take him to a therapist.
So it was no wonder Cobain would go on to become a huge rock star who was also an artist - known for creating many visual art paintings, collages and sculptures, including the Nirvana covers. Today, the city he's from, Aberdeen, has a big sign dedicated to him that reads "come as you are" - a very fitting message from one of his tracks. Her friend Kathleen Hanna when talking about anarchism spray painted Cobain's apartment wall with "Smells like teen spirit" which was a tacky deodorant brand that Toby Vail wore, and he mistakenly took as a revolutionary term and later turned into a mega hit.


Two weeks before his graduation, he dropped out after realizing he didn't have enough credits. He had many musical influences too, as he considered John Lennon a huge idol, and listened to quite a few other bands and genres. Throughout his life of being a misfit and loner, he grew a big sense of purpose - from his impactful lyrics to using his fame to stand up for the rights of women, gays, other minorities and mostly for the people who didn't fit in like himself. Even during the ever changing 90's - he was proud to play at a Gay right's concerts, and support other good causes. Fast forward to his rock career, Cobain had so much talent, creative genius insight, and a very authentic persona, however he lacked a very important ingredient, his own appreciation and worthiness.
There’s really a lot to learn from the story of one of rock’s biggest legends, and the essence of ‘loving ourselves’ is at the core of his entire legacy.
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