Author Archives: Coy Pemberton

Bike Commute

Today I took my bike on a test ride to gauge the feasibility of biking to my second year internship, and I am extremely happy to say that it is most assuredly feasible and will definitely be my preferred method … Continue reading

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MSPP’s Annual Gala

MSPP held their annual Gala on Wednesday May 15th and my wife and I were fortunate enough to be able to attend thanks to my involvement in the Train Vets to Treat Vets program.  The Gala paid tribute to both … Continue reading

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It has been some time since I have last posted a blog.  Many events have occurred since that last posting; some of them unbelievably tragic and some more personally uplifting.  I will try, here, to provide my perspective and (at … Continue reading



The following is a section taken from a recent paper I wrote.  Considering the nature of the topic, I felt that it would make an interesting blog post as well. Enjoy.   At the beginning of the 2012-2013 school year … Continue reading

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Last Thursday a small group of students, including myself, attended an event where we watched sections of the war documentary Restrepo and former Infantry Sergeant Brendan O’Byrne gave a moving recount of his experience in Afghanistan and an exploration of … Continue reading

Posted in Personal Growth, Primary Care Psychology, Social Responsibility, Veterans

My Body is Screaming for HELP!

Even as we cross into “spring” there is news of more snow on the way.  When I hear this I hear my internal voice giving me another excuse to not run or workout in the morning.  What I don’t hear, … Continue reading

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How It’s Done

When I consider the vast amount of different tasks I had to accomplish over the past week, I wonder how in the world I did it (okay, so maybe a couple items on the to-do list still need to be … Continue reading

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My First Blog Ever

Who am I?  I think I have been asked that question in one form or another more times in the past year than in all the preceding years combined.  While I don’t think the answer to that question is the … Continue reading