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Bruce Springsteen Opens Up About His Depression

09/18/2016
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Bruce Springsteen

(Radio.com) Speaking with CBS Sunday Morning about his autobiography Born to Run, Bruce Springsteen opened up about his struggle with depression. "It lasted for more than a year and then it would slip away," he said. "Then it would come back for a year and a half."

Springsteen described the way it debilitated him, explaining, "It sneaks up on you. I got to where I didn't want to get out of bed, you know? And you're not behaving well at home, and you're tough on everybody. Hopefully not the kids. I always try to hide it from the kids."

He credited his wife Patti Scialfa, who is also a member of the E Street Band, with helping him find the strength to deal with it and find a better mental place. Read more here.

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