Real reason behind death of Nevada Alexander Musk, Elon Musk’s first son

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Musk’s surname has become well-known. Almost everyone can determine if someone with the surname “Musk” is related to billionaire Elon Musk.

Elon Musks first son, Nevada Alexander Musk, was born on May 18, 2002, and died 10 days later on May 28, 2002.

Because an infant dies so young, there isn’t much of his life to discuss.

Reason Behind the Death of Nevada Alexander Musk

Nevada Alexander Musk, is said to have died of Sudden Infant Death Syndrome (SIDS), which is described as a newborn’s death that occurs suddenly and without apparent cause. SIDS has no established cause, but many studies believe it could be caused by a variety of factors.

These include brain abnormalities, low birth weight, respiratory sickness, and various sleep-related issues.

The death of their kid affected the Musks hard, as it would anyone who has lost a child, Elon and Justine got back on their feet after being knocked down. Elon had twin son’s later in 2004, named Griffin and Xavier Musk.

Effect of first child’s death

Today, not many might know that Nevada had died just as the eBay deal was announced. Undoubtedly, the loss of the child took a toll on the Musks.

“Elon made it clear that he did not want to talk about Nevada’s death,” Justine Wilson had written in an article for Marie Claire. “I didn’t understand this, just as he didn’t understand why I grieved openly, which he regarded as ’emotionally manipulative’. I buried my feelings instead, coping with Nevada’s death by making my first visit to an IVF clinic less than 2 months later. Elon and I planned to get pregnant again as swiftly as possible.”
And within the next five years, Justine gave birth to twins and then triplets.

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Defense mechanism After Nevada Alexander Musk

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Elon Musk

It was noted by Musk’s then-wife that his reaction at the time of his first son’s death was a defense mechanism that he had learned as a child. “He doesn’t do well in dark places,” she had told Esquire magazine. “He’s forward-moving, and I think it’s a survival thing with him”.

He also didn’t understand why grieving publicly was necessary. “It made me extremely sad to talk about it,” he reportedly said. “I’m not sure why I’d want to talk about extremely sad events. It does no good for the future. If you’ve got other kids and obligations, then wallowing in sadness does no good for anyone around you.”

“I’m not sure what should be done in such situations.”

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