The bassist of Pink Floyd, Roger Waters was raised by his mother after his father died on a World War II battlefield when he was just a baby.
He admits the lack of a father figure during his formative years left him confused about women, and now he's opened up about his innermost emotions, confessing he often breaks down and weeps over the slightest confrontation.
Roger Waters tells The Sunday Times Magazine, "Learning to understand women has been an incredibly difficult journey for me. I hate anger in women, I've never known how to deal with it. The way I have always dealt with it was by crying, and I think women hate that."
"I have cried an enormous amount in my life. Under any kind of emotional stress I would burst into tears - in fights with the band, in fights with women, I would just weep. I'm being honest. I am not what people think."