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Howard Stern says psychotherapy and his wife Beth has helped him to make amends with people he's past wronged - a group that includes David Letterman.
The shock jock, 64, was the latest guest on Letterman's Netflix interview show, My Next Guest Needs No Introduction, where he said he's 'apologized to a lot of people' after he 'did a lot of growing up' in going through psychotherapy.
Psychotherapy - Love - Life - Bit - SiriusXM
'Through psychotherapy I started to fall in love with life a little bit - I started to appreciate what was good,' said the SiriusXM personality, who celebrates his 10-year anniversary this fall to his wife Beth, who he also said was a 'huge influence' in helping him see the sunnier side of life.
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Stern - Behavior - Letterman - Trust - Details
Stern admitted he was 'ashamed' of his past behavior in violating Letterman's trust in spilling out details of their private chats on his top-rated radio show during the 1990s, as well as inflammatory statements about Letterman's wife, Regina Lasko.
'I had to stop listening to your show early on because I heard myself being talked about in unflattering ways,' Letterman told Stern, who said he went on the offensive after he'd heard that Letterman had badmouthed him.
Stern - Letterman - 'I - Trust - Reality
Stern told Letterman, 'I had betrayed your trust, and I was ashamed: The reality was I loved you, and I really felt strongly about you.'
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