Shared May 14, 2019
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The longtime radio host is breaking the stigma of mental health for men and discussing how therapy changed his life.
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Howard Stern says therapy is what taught him how to 'be a man'
Howard Stern may be famous for his ability to get celebrities to reveal private details of their lives on his show, but the longtime radio personality said he was never able to open up himself and have a "real conversation" until he went into therapy.
The radio host spoke candidly about how therapy changed his life and helped to destigmatize mental health care for men in an interview with "Good Morning America" co-anchor George Stephanopoulos, saying he first sought out mental health treatment when he was going through a divorce in 2001.
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