My name is Rwenshaun Miller, founder and executive director of Eustress, Inc. I am a Licensed Professional Counselor Associate, Mental Health Advocate and Social Entrepreneur. I hold a Master’s degree in Clinical Mental Health Counseling degree from Montreat College and  a Bachelor of Arts degree in Sociology from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.  I have worked in the mental health field for more than 10 years and I understand the challenges faced by individuals with limited resources and looks to provide ways to address these needs. 

For years I lived with that voice on a loud speaker in my head, and believed that it was normal to feel discouraged, inadequate and frustrated at the world, especially as a Black man in America. After all, men don't have many emotions, they don't cry, and are always physically and mentally strong...

I use my personal experiences to inspire all communities to speak openly about mental health. 

Through my Let's Talk About It series, and movement, I aim to provide communities with resources to improve and manage mental health.



For my students, they realized triggers and moments within themselves because you were so real, and created that safe space for all to share. They have all told me that they feel more empowered and less shame about expressing their emotions and sharing their real stories.

You have not only impacted the 18 students who heard you, but their friends and families that heard about the presentation later.

Thank you for being you and for being comfortable with being you.
— Bridges To a Brighter Future, Furman University


The Let's Talk About It series brings men and women together to spark an open, honest conversation how we can support each other through times of mental and emotional stress.

By talking about the stresses of life, we reduce the stigma associated with mental illness by reminding each other that no one should suffer in silence. 

Most importantly, Let's Talk About It provides you with strategies to manage and reduce negative stress by transferring it into positive stress, also known as Eustress.