Avicii’s death is a certain wake-up call for many DJs all around the world. In the last couple of weeks, the people in the music industry were stunned and crumbled before the awful news that hit the whole world.
The latest interviews with his parents indicate that the popular DJ wanted to take his own life. On the other hand, it is already confirmed that he had a drinking problem. The autopsy of his body confirmed that the Swedish musician was a person who abused substances.
On the other hand, there were indications too, that the 28-year-old DJ lost his life due to dangerous bacteria that attacked his body. However, the ‘turbulence’ about this controversy is not ending.
CDM in one of their latest stories ask the question: WAS THIS A WAKE-UP CALL? What do you really think, was it?
It seems that Avicii and his drinking condition was followed by journalists in the last couple of years. They were all ‘screaming’ in the dark calling for help for the famous DJ, not to mention that he told himself in front of the world how he suffered.
He explained that heavy partying, especially in places like Ibiza or so, using ecstasy and other drugs, could simply lead to heavy anxiety, depression and cause to feel extreme loneliness even if you’re not a loner.
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As we said, many magazines, including the prestigious Rolling Stone covered Avicii’s way of life and they were transparent enough to tell together with Avicii himself how his life was during the zenith of his popularity:
“Parties can be amazing, but it’s very easy to become too attached to partying in places like Ibiza. You become lonely and get anxieties. It becomes toxic.”
TOXIC- this word represents true danger. We push ourselves in mental and even physical toxicity. Having party is great, but not if we are not able to handle the consequences and take responsibility for our actions. You can drink responsibly, but responsibility includes not only the ‘drinking’ part, but what you do after drinking and what is your true mindset and views of alcohol and the abuse of it.