Ranbir Puar is a Life Strategies Coach, Author, Keynote Speaker and Podcaster who helps kids and adults transform their inner dialogue in order to help them reach their full potential, personally and professionally. Ranbir started her coaching practice in 2009 and her work has impacted the lives of hundreds of thousands of people around the world. She has a popular TEDx Talk called "Building Strong Children".
She has also been a speaker at Global parenting events, such as the Mindful World Parenting Summit with Eckhart Tolle and Dr. Shefali.
Using practical, powerful, and profound techniques to help individuals interrupt old patterns and programming Ranbir is able to help her clients achieve long-lasting change. Most importantly, Ranbir's work focuses on improving the relationships "Under Your Roof" by helping you Learn To Like Yourself and Like Your Family©. Ranbir has also been a 20-Time Staff Pick on Insight Timer. The world’s largest community of meditators.
Hello! I'm Ranbir
I'm honoured that you are here. Like you, I'm a parent too. I have two teenage sons that I'm raising with my husband on the West Coast of Canada. I have been doing this work since 2009 and I have witnessed families heal and grow in the most incredible ways. I am confident that you will find the resources and support you need here, to help you strengthen the relationships Under Your Roof© (your family unit).LET'S GET STARTED
Communication is the backbone of all healthy relationships. Parents today are facing burnout and stress at levels never before seen in history. Get immediate access to this free course "Raise Your Words, Not Your Voice" and learn how you can create peace in your home by up-levelling how you communicate.
“Last year my husband decided to leave me (and my daughter). I was devastated to say the least. I had given up my career to stay home with our child. I felt like I was immobilized. A friend suggested I meet Ranbir. I was so unsure and I had a lot of doubts. I reluctantly signed up, but I am so very grateful that I did. Ranbir didn’t treat me with the ‘kid gloves’ that everyone else around me was doing. She gave me practical tools that helped me. A year later I am thriving! I started my own business and I have lost over 25 pounds. I know how to stay focused and stay happy."
"Ranbir, I met you at what felt like my lowest point. The level of respect and regard you showed me and my family as we healed is something I will never forget. I can't describe the difference I feel, on the inside, and how much that feeling of peace and safety has improved how I interact with my kids and my wife. I feel like I have a fresh start and so does my family. Hiring you as our family coach is what kept our family together. Thank you for everything."
Building Resilient Children
Your home life doesn't need to be this challenging....
Teachers may be sending you emails about your child's/teen's behaviour. Sibling rivalry driving you c r a z y? Or maybe the coach isn't happy with your kid's performance. Perhaps your sweet child is being picked on, maybe even being bullied.
It can seem difficult to know what to do in these situations.
As a parent, you want what is best for your child but you only have so much fuel in the tank. You need a solution.
You may feel like you are saying the right things, and you probably are, but still you are getting nowhere.
How do you get your child to listen to you? How do you help your child develop resilience?
Featured Blog Posts
WHY ASKING FOR HELP MAKES YOU A GOOD PARENT
One thing that you may struggle with the most within your family unit is asking for help. You feel overwhelmed by the demands of a busy life, but you do your best to keep it all together and just get it done all by yourself. At the end of the day, you're left exhausted. And a time will come when there's no gas left in your tank! Carrying on and not asking for help also role models this unhealthy habit for your kids. But, by learning how to ask for help in a healthy, proactive manner you can break the cycle. Let's discuss why you find it hard to ask for help.
DO YOU REALLY FORGIVE YOUR KIDS WHEN THEY MAKE MISTAKES?
All relationships require flexibility and forgiveness! Especially the ones between parent and child. Forgiveness can be complex and layered because it means different things to different people. In parenting, however, forgiveness and learning to process your child’s mistakes can make you dig much deeper into what forgiveness means to you AND what you’re hoping to “program” your child to believe. It’s not an easy conversation. It’s not easy to look at your programming in this way, but it's worth it!
WHY YOU SHOULD STOP TELLING YOUR KIDS IT'S IMPORTANT TO BE SPECIAL
Most of us are programmed to believe that we should try to be seen as special. But this is something that separates you from you SELF and also from other people. It hurts you, and it hurts your relationships. And we should stop passing this false mission on to our kids. Trying to be seen as special is rooted in insecurity and it means that you are living your life from the outside in, instead of the inside out. It means that your kids will think it's important to measure themselves with sticks that belong to others.