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The Momtellectual Podcast- Hardship and Greatness with Kimberley Rivando-Robb

Kimberley Rivando-Robb is a PSW at Carpenter Hospice in Burlington, and we talk about what it’s like to be close to death.

Kimberley is also a storyteller and owns Retroscripts, where she offers workshops and helps people tell their life stories. She offers interesting insights about storytelling and how it can help people at the end of life.

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The Momtellectual Podcast- Loving Stories with Kimberley Rivando-Robb

Kimberley Rivando-Robb is a PSW at Carpenter Hospice in Burlington, and we talk about what it’s like to be close to death.

Kimberley is also a storyteller and owns Retroscripts, where she offers workshops and helps people tell their life stories. She offers interesting insights about storytelling and how it can help people at the end of life.

Listen to podcast here

 

The Momtellectual Podcast- Talking Hospice with Kimberley Rivando-Robb

Kimberley Rivando-Robb is a PSW at Carpenter Hospice in Burlington, and we talk about what it’s like to be close to death.

Kimberley is also a storyteller and owns Retroscripts, where she offers workshops and helps people tell their life stories. She offers interesting insights about storytelling and how it can help people at the end of life.

Listen to podcast here

 

“The Dash” – living your life unapologetically and harnessing your inner strengths

RetroScripts owner Kimberley Rivando-Robb explains how her business came about from the idea of “the dash” between the numbers on your gravestone because it isn’t the numbers that matter but rather the space between where life happens. She explains her philosophy of harnessing the badass within and understanding that we all have inner strength that we can maximize in order to live our best lives. 

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A Living library & Resilience Showcase

Kimberley is an influential feminine force. She supports women from all over the world with her writing and wellness business called RetroScripts. As a young black girl, Kimberley was the target of a racist school bully who inflicted demeaning verbal and demoralizing physical abuse. Home wasn’t precisely a war-free zone either. With a bully at school and one at home, she didn’t know where to turn for help. She reached out to an adult at school. It resulted in increased guilt, shame, and a fear of authority.

Join our heartfelt conversation where she recalls her experience growing up in the town’s only family of colour. As she matured into a young woman and a deep thinker, she was often told she looked angry and bitchy. In response, she pretended to these judgmental people and wore a more approachable mask. It took years for her to shake the harsh experiences of youth and early adulthood and to develop a love for the skin she was in and the person she continues to be. This badass, strong and independent woman, despite being set up by life to fail at many turns, saw her way through Journalism school to become a talented creative writer, editor, wife, mother to a toddler and businesswoman.

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Company of Women Showcase

“What doesn’t kill you, makes you stronger,” pretty well summarizes Kimberley Robb’s take on life…“I find at the end of writing a book with someone, there is always a message, a lesson to learn.” Her workshops have proved popular, with people enjoying her down-to-earth approach and her ability to make her participants feel at ease with who they are and what they bring to the world.

Kimberley may have started with a shaky beginning to life, but she has used that experience to empower herself and build resilience, not just in herself but in others.

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