Emma Nagler had always dreamed her college years would be filled with wild parties, late nights and parents who would be none the wiser.
By the time she arrived on campus as a college freshman in Ann Arbor three years ago, her sentiment had shifted dramatically. The concerns about where she was going to party and how she was going to get high were replaced with fears about falling back into the habit of drinking and using drugs.
“At freshman orientation, everyone was talking about drinking and partying,” Nagler recalls. “I remember thinking ‘Oh my God, there is no way I’m going to be able to do this.'”
Emma did it. Read the rest of her story here.