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A great thank you to everybody who shared my ups and down during this great Bruce year!
See you up the road!
No, I am not talking about the book as such, although it is one of the best presents I have ever given myself.
But even better are the few paragraphs on pages 454 and 455, where Bruce speaks about his struggle with dark moods and depression. By speaking about it, he acknowledges the ongoing battle of so many depression fighters. So many of us are still ashamed of it and find it very hard to admit that we struggle. But here is this brilliant, rich and famous man – and he admits to being in therapy for many years, to being on antidepressants, to being unable to stay completely out of the claws of depression. Then surely the rest of us can do it, too?
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May the deep and sincere joy that his man brings to his fans be part of your Christmas! Continue reading
This is my first read of a Springsteen biography.
Overall experience with books about him has not been too good.
With the exception of the Big Man’s book. Which in fact did not say that much about Bruce.
Thus Bruce is a real experience to me. I have not finished it yet, is reading and digesting in small parts.
I feel the author has really tried to portray the man in all his greatness and humanity. I do not find attempts at sensation. Or maybe it is because there is so little stuff for sensation is his life.
Full report later – enough to say that I think this book is an absolute must for every Springsteen fan.
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Sometimes I miss my boring life-before-Springsteen.
I really don’t like all my emotions when these dates just start to roll out.
Joy, nerves, joy, anxiety, joy, fear, joy …
Should I try to attend a show? Should I spend the money and take the stress?
Should I wait and hope he comes here?
What if the man totally overworks himself?
What if … a hundred things … I am not even going to think any further.
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