Outspoken rocker Courtney Love has made it her New Year's resolution to forgive and forget after sharing her love advice with fans online.
The former Hole frontwoman, who was married to tragic Kurt Cobain, admits she has harboured regrets about how she has handled her past romances, but she is no longer interested in holding grudges now she's approaching 50.
Taking to her Facebook page on Thursday, she wrote, "I think at nearly 50 the basis of any realtionship (sic) should be restraint and pragmatism before the big dramatic tsunami - s--- i wish i knew this at 20, and to become best friends and to make sure your exes dont all hate you (sic). its important to leave romances nicely - and its 2014 so im letting alot of grudges just go, i dont have time... none of it matters...
"so to everyone take my advice, lose the grudges and grudge matches first of all youll make alot more money if that doesnt incentivise you, youll just be happier and get kissed more (sic)."
Love did not name names in the post-Christmas message, but she has previously been linked to actors Edward Norton and Steve Coogan, rocker Billy Corgan and her former Hole bandmate Eric Erlandson.