As part of Friday's The View, an episode that was pretaped and devoted to the subject of women and depression, Rosie O'Donnell says she started treatment for depression after the April 1999 Columbine school shootings. According to the Associated Press, Rosie's treatment involves yoga, "inversion therapy" (where she hangs upside down for 15 to 30 minutes a day), and (earmuffs, Tom!) taking antidepressants.

Reflecting on her reaction to Columbine, "I couldn't stop crying," O'Donnell says during the show. "I stayed in my room. The lights were off. I couldn't get out of bed, and that's when I started taking medication."

O'Donnell says she also suffers from seasonal affective disorder (SAD), which is characterized by depressive episodes during the fall and winter.