Absolutely heartbreaking. Sinead O'Connor is hoping that her family visits her again soon. The Irish singer — who wrote a suicide note over the weekend — pleaded for her kids to see her at the hospital in a new Facebook post, which she posted on Tuesday, Dec. 1.
"To my children and family. You came to the hospital to see me on life support. You left before I woke and you haven't been back. 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. I didn't do anything to deserve the way I'm being treated. I did not leave my kids either! As Mary falsely says I did," O'Connor, 48, wrote, without giving details about who Mary is. "That is simply untrue. The kids asked not to be with me during the recovery from surgery."
She added: "Jake, Roisin, everyone. Please. Come and tell me why this is all happening. Come and tell Me I'm loved. Come and tell me I'm wanted and cherished. Why did you leave before I woke?"
As previously reported, the "Nothing Compares 2 U" singer was found "safe and well," according to the Pearse Street Garda Station, in Dublin, Ireland, on Sunday after penning a suicide note via Facebook. O'Connor has continued to write alarming updates, even writing that her exes and kids — sons Jake, 28, Shane, 11, and Yeshua, 8, and daughter, Roisin, 19 — are dead to her. But on Tuesday, she seemed to change her tune.
"Been missing you all for weeks. To hear that you were here and left was agony. 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," she continued via Facebook. "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. I didn't even have any clothes. I haven't a thing. Please. Jake, Roisin. All, please, come see me and make me feel like [I'm] loved. Help me [instead] of punishment. Please please I beg you come see me and help."
O'Connor is receiving support from fans during this difficult time though. "Sinead, you need to realize that even in your present state, you are a stronger soul than anyone you know…" one commenter replied to her post. A second noted: "Take a deep breath. Let go of obsessing about all this for a while. Everything is ok. It will all work out."
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