Therapy has had a huge effect on Howard Stern’s life.

The morning shock jock was on “Good Morning America” on Tuesday and spoke candidly with George Stephanopoulos about seeing a therapist.

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Stern said that he first decided to go to therapy in the midst of his 2001 divorce.

“My daughters are the most important thing in the world to me… How do I, as a man, have a relationship with my daughters … if my wife is no longer there to facilitate that?” he said of his thought process. “How am I going to have a successful relationship with any woman or man, for that matter, if I don’t even know — if I don’t know what’s up and what’s down?”

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He added that in seeing a therapist he began learning how to “be a man,” explaining, “I didn’t have any lessons. I didn’t really have that level of communication with my own father.”