Born and raised in Ohio, Danielle Dayney got her start writing rock concert reviews for Toledo-based music magazine, The Glass Eye. Today, her work has appeared in the Fredericksburg Literary and Art Review, online at Huffington Post, Dead Housekeeping and The Mindful Word, and in several anthologies including the Virginia Writers Centennial Anthology, Nevertheless We Persisted, and Beach Reads: Lost and Found. She has also received awards for two creative nonfiction essays at BlogHer. Her debut essay collection is forthcoming from Brandylane Publishers in the spring of 2021.

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  1. Wow, that post about your relationship with alcohol – can completely relate. I too drink every night. Until I reached out to my doctor about depression, saw a shite “counsellor” for one session, who told me I cannot deal with any of my problems until I stop drinking. I’m like, wow, that’s what I need help with. She reffered me to alcohol abuse counselling which hasn’t started but gave me the scare I needed to not drink for the whole week. I am hoping to discover who I am without alcohol (and just drink socially outside the house). Good luck. If I can begin the change – so can you. Sometimes you just need an extra push from an outside source. X

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