Rick Springfield doesn’t mince words when it comes to his lifelong battle with depression.
“Being alive’s a struggle, honestly,” he told PEOPLE recently during a candid interview at his Malibu home. “I’m happy I’m alive when I’m happy I’m alive.”
The “Jessie’s Girl” singer — who shot to fame in the ’80s and became a heartthrob after a stint on General Hospital — says his depression hit as soon as puberty started.
“I suddenly started feeling really insignificant and useless and unpopular. It was...