Legendary rocker Bruce Springsteen shocked his fans this week by opening up about his personal struggles with depression.
While speaking to Vanity Fair, Springsteen opened up about his fear of falling victim to depression in the same way his father, Douglas, did before him.
“You don’t know the illness’s parameters,” he said, according to Daily Mail. “Can I get sick enough to where I become a lot more like my father than I thought I might?”
He went on to talk about how the illness has impacted his life recently.
“I was crushed between sixty and sixty-two, good for a year and out again from sixty-three to sixty-four,” the 66-year-old wrote in his new memoir, Born To Run. “Not a good record.”
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