David Guetta, a 47 year old DJ and recording a artist, opened up about his panic attacks following the break up of his 20 year marriage. He told Times magazine that the panic attacks were like “your brain going crazy, because you are doing a lot of what if, what if, what if.” He said there were times he couldn’t make music; he would go to the studio and nothing was happening.
A friend at a party who had gone through the same thing gave Guetta some advice ‘There’s one thing you need to understand. No one is going to die. The person who is having the panic attack is not going to die. And whatever decision you make in life, the person you hurt is not going to die. And if someone hurts you, you are not going to die either.” Guetta said, “that advice helped me so much, it was incredible.”
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David Guetta was born in Franch to a Moroccan Jewish mother and a Belgian father. He recently performed in India at the Enchanted Valley Carnival, and was the highlight of the event. Also performing was Israeli electronic dance music producer DJ Bogore, known for his outrageous lyrics.