Cobain’s parents divorced in 1976, about which Kurt said “I had a really good childhood up until I was nine, then a classic case of divorce really affected me” (“Family Values,” 1992). After the divorce, he lived with his mother, but after about a year moved to Montesano, Washington, to live with his father. He spent a lot of time bouncing around between family and friends, and by high school he was living under a bridge. In high school Cobain befriended a gay student and had to endure bullying from people who though he was gay. Cobain later admitted that he was “gay in spirit” and “probably could be bisexual” (“The Dark Side,” 1992).
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He longed for the typical "Brady Bunch" family, but instead he lived in a trailor with his mother. In result of this Cobain became extremely anti-social, he had few friends, and was beat up alot. On his 14th birthday Kurt recieved his first guitar. He had been writing poetry since he was 13, so he started using his poetry to write songs. He was in several bands throughout highschool, some of them were named Fecal Matter, Skid Row, Brown Cow, The Sellouts, and Pencap Chew.
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