About Danielle Bergan
From the time I was a youngster I loved to write. My earliest musings were poetic in nature. At 13 I was asked to write the class prophecies for my graduating class from parochial school. My senior year in high school I won an award from the New York Times for a poem I wrote about the Vietnam War. In 1980 I had a book of poetry promotionally published by a friend called, “Breezes.”
I wrote only for myself until 2002 when I produced a children’s book which has yet to be published. From 2003-2011 I utilized my writing skills in the business arena producing collateral, proposals, website content and even speech writing for my employers.
Six months after my SRS surgery, inspired by my many friends and supporters who urged me to share my story, I embarked upon penning my memoir, It’s Always Okay To Be Me, A Journey to Recovering Lost Hope.
My life as a woman has been a wondrous journey which I am grateful for daily. My wish is that you too can become the person of your dreams.