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Patrick Bruel: "I'm only addicted to my children"

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Do you enjoy these moments of joy?

P. B.: More and more. I learned to savor the good times. Younger, at the time of what was called the "Bruelmania", I enjoyed little because I was constantly watching everything with four strokes in advance, like chess, and I feared the return of stick. I was in a hurry to move on, and anxious about what to do next. But, today, what happens to me is so pretty that I very, very want to be completely in the moment, in each "song" without thinking of the next one.

Why, with all that you have done, are you still so addicted to success?

P. B.: Accro ...?

Yes, you speak of it as a drug: these "peaks" that you want to "stretch as much as possible" ...

P. B.: No, I'm not addicted to anything except my children. But it's obvious that when you live what I live on a stage, you can not want it to stop. Although I know it's not an end in itself; the early success taught me, and the birth of my children only corroborated it. Thanks to them, I know what is really important and what is not.

Your children are born from your marriage to writer Amanda Sthers. Since then, you have divorced, you have known another relationship, then a separation ... Why do you think your love stories stop? Is it because, again, it has to be always intense?

P. B.: They stop because almost all love stories end badly.

Not ...

P. B.: Yes! Two couples out of three are getting divorced! From there, I did not do so badly: seven years with my wife, five years with Celine [Bosquet, journalist, ed]. Today, I live a very beautiful relationship for a year ... When I was single, I took full advantage, for sure, but otherwise, I'm not an inveterate seducer who goes from a girl to a girl. 'other. And then, we can also live beautiful stories very intense that do not last long. When it becomes less strong, when there is less exchange, when one is no longer in the "one + one = faster and better", what is the use of persevering? I'm not saying that the fall in intensity is fatal in itself, but it is likely to become so. I'm probably a little too passionate in everything. And right now, it suits me very well. But I could change my mind, maybe, someday.

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