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Robbie Williams' summer depression: Had a really weird summer

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Singer-songwriter said he spent entire summer season feeling "isolated" and struggling to connect with people.

The 42-year-old star, who has two kids with wife Ayda Field, has revealed that he was gripped by depression, reported Femalefirst.



"I had a really weird summer. Just couldn't connect with anybody, apart from my wife.

"I didn't know how to talk to anybody, even people who are with me every day. I was isolated, in my head. It was troublesome and sad. Then I tried this anti-depressant and things have changed. The demons are quiet," he said.

The "Party Like a Russian" hitmaker, who has previously battled addictions to drugs and alcohol, has now decided that he "definitely" won't do it again.

"I definitely can't drink. I definitely can't do coke. I can't do ecstasy. And I don't fancy heroin. But maybe there's a once-a-year special voucher that I get for good behaviour. But not for any of those things," he said.

(Only the headline and picture of this report may have been reworked by the Business Standard staff; the rest of the content is auto-generated from a syndicated feed.)

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Robbie Williams' summer depression: Had a really weird summer

Singer-songwriter Robbie Williams said he spent entire summer season feeling "isolated" and struggling to connect with people. The 42-year-old star, who has two kids with wife Ayda Field, has revealed that he was gripped by depression, reported Femalefirst. "I had a really weird summer. Just couldn't connect with anybody, apart from my wife. "I didn't know how to talk to anybody, even people who are with me every day. I was isolated, in my head. It was troublesome and sad. Then I tried this anti-depressant and things have changed. The demons are quiet," he said. The "Party Like a Russian" hitmaker, who has previously battled addictions to drugs and alcohol, has now decided that he "definitely" won't do it again. "I definitely can't drink. I definitely can't do coke. I can't do ecstasy. And I don't fancy heroin. But maybe there's a once-a-year special voucher that I get for good behaviour. But not for any of those things," he said. Singer-songwriter said he spent entire summer season feeling "isolated" and struggling to connect with people.

The 42-year-old star, who has two kids with wife Ayda Field, has revealed that he was gripped by depression, reported Femalefirst.

"I had a really weird summer. Just couldn't connect with anybody, apart from my wife.

"I didn't know how to talk to anybody, even people who are with me every day. I was isolated, in my head. It was troublesome and sad. Then I tried this anti-depressant and things have changed. The demons are quiet," he said.

The "Party Like a Russian" hitmaker, who has previously battled addictions to drugs and alcohol, has now decided that he "definitely" won't do it again.

"I definitely can't drink. I definitely can't do coke. I can't do ecstasy. And I don't fancy heroin. But maybe there's a once-a-year special voucher that I get for good behaviour. But not for any of those things," he said.

(Only the headline and picture of this report may have been reworked by the Business Standard staff; the rest of the content is auto-generated from a syndicated feed.)

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Robbie Williams' summer depression: Had a really weird summer

Singer-songwriter said he spent entire summer season feeling "isolated" and struggling to connect with people.

The 42-year-old star, who has two kids with wife Ayda Field, has revealed that he was gripped by depression, reported Femalefirst.

"I had a really weird summer. Just couldn't connect with anybody, apart from my wife.

"I didn't know how to talk to anybody, even people who are with me every day. I was isolated, in my head. It was troublesome and sad. Then I tried this anti-depressant and things have changed. The demons are quiet," he said.

The "Party Like a Russian" hitmaker, who has previously battled addictions to drugs and alcohol, has now decided that he "definitely" won't do it again.

"I definitely can't drink. I definitely can't do coke. I can't do ecstasy. And I don't fancy heroin. But maybe there's a once-a-year special voucher that I get for good behaviour. But not for any of those things," he said.

(Only the headline and picture of this report may have been reworked by the Business Standard staff; the rest of the content is auto-generated from a syndicated feed.)

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