Sinead O'Connor has taken to Facebook to communicate with her family once again.
Sunday, the singer threatened suicide in a distressing post on the site before being located in Dublin. Then Monday, she wrote an open letter to her family again, lashing out at them. The alarming social media activity comes after an alleged recent squabble to see her youngest children, Shane Lunny, 11, and Yeshua Bonadio, 8.
In her latest post seemingly written from a hospital on Monday, O'Connor said that her children came to visit her in the hospital while she was on "life support" but that they left before she woke up.
It is unclear when O'Connor was on life support, as police told Ireland's Breaking News she was found "safe and sound" after saying she'd intentionally overdosed Sunday.
"Please why are you doing these things to me?? I need you. I need your love. I can't manage what's being done to me," O'Connor, 48, wrote on her wall, calling out her oldest children, Jake Reynolds, 28, and Roisin Waters, 19.
"Come and tell me why this is all happening. Come and tell Me I'm loved... Been missing you all for weeks," the post continues. "Now I am [utterly] alone. Please. Please love me. Please come to the hospital and spend time with me and help Fix all this. Please. I'm. BEgging you. Don't leave me so frightened and alone. Don't treat me like I'm not loved and am worth nothing. Please. If you love me even a little please come and be with me and help me understand what's happening ... Help me [instead] of punishment . Please please I beg you come see me and help."
This incident is not the first in which the singer – who has told PEOPLE she suffers from post-traumatic stress disorder from an abusive childhood – has reportedly attempted to take her life. According to reports, a series of suicidal Tweets in 2011 warranted a visit from police.