Melissa Etheridge revealed how she is currently coping with her son Beckett’s Overdose death in 2020 at the age of 21. At the opening of his Off-Broadway show, my windowIn October 13, the legendary musician said that she has been able to come to a place where she refuses to feel “guilt” or “shame” about Beckett’s passing and her struggle with opioid abuse disorder. Conflict is about “a deeply spiritual belief that we all make our own choices,” per page six,
Melissa explained, “We can all make choices every day, whether it’s love or fear, and my son made his choice and I did the best I could as a mom and I’m not going to take any guilt or shame.” “He wouldn’t want me to stop and waste my life because of his choices.”
New Perspectives The “Come to My Window” singer previously stated that she struggled with guilt three months after Beckett’s death. “There will always be that place in my heart and my soul that’s a little bit like, ‘Oh, what could I have done? And is it my fault that he ended this way?’ And all that sort of thing,” she said rolling stone in August 2020. She told the outlet, “So, you know, if it can help any parents who are torturing themselves with it… I believe in living life as much as I can. To live with joy.”
Melissa shares Beckett with her ex Julie Cypher. The former couple also shared their older sister Bailey. Beckett and Bailey are both close friends of Melissa and biological children of the famous musician David Crosby. Siblings were welcomed through artificial insemination. Melissa is also the mother of 15-year-old twins, son millman and daughter baby boywith the east Tammy Lynn Michaels,Currently, Melissa is married to a producer Linda Wallemwhom he married in 2014.