New Beginnings: Living a responsible and fulfilled life

In 2003, Adele Grosse, founding director and CEO of a Proud 2b ME foundation fell pregnant with her first born. The pregnancy got Adele to reconsider a lot of things about her life, being a victim of abuse and rape in her childhood.

Adele then made a decision to conquer her fears and to stop being victim.

She started Proud 2b ME, a grassroots skills development and transformation programme which has reached thousands of families in South Africa and abroad.

The foundation encourages individuals to live more responsibly and to live fulfilling lives with their families, their workspaces and the greater community.

Listen to the full conversation on the Pippa Hudson Show:

I realised that I have such a big responsibility as a parent to actually change patterns that I grew up with …

Adele Grosse, founding director and CEO of a Proud 2b ME

I started to write for myself

Adele Grosse, founding director and CEO of a Proud 2b ME

Roundabout 2005 I started rolling it out in communities with parents that have children with drug abuse problems

Adele Grosse, founding director and CEO of a Proud 2b ME

The evidence of this programme is so powerful and people get excited when they try the tools

Adele Grosse, founding director and CEO of a Proud 2b ME
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