Rosie O’Donnell in her new book reveals that as a child she use to break her bones to get attention following her mothers death.Â She also hints that she was abused around the same period.
She broke her own bones, she recalls, â€œmy hands and fingers usually. No one knew. It was a secret.â€? She used a Mets baseball bat she got on bat day or the hanger. Why? It was â€œproof I had some value, enough to be fixed.â€? She recalls that she was no longer sad about her motherâ€™s death, but â€œdistracted.â€?
Rosie also dangles another clue about her childhood in two sentences. â€œThere were many benefits to having a cast. In the middle of the night, it was a weapon.â€?
Comedians always have the most issues and are usually very depressed people per the Bumpshack Therapist.