The days of the stiff upper lip are over and a new message is breaking the taboo: now strong men no longer have to suffer in silence

When Bruce Springsteen’s memoir Born To Run was published last month, fans expecting the standard rock biography ticking off the milestones in the Boss’s life and analysing his albums got something of a shock. Threaded through the tale of how a blue-collar boy from New Jersey became a global rock star was a searing account of depression – both his father’s, which governed his childhood, and his own.

Source: From Bruce Springsteen to Tyson Fury, men are opening up about depression – The Guardian