Sinead O'Connor's emotional anguish continues to be revealed in her painfilled Facebook videos.
In the space of just 24 hours the Irish singer has posted two very different looking clips, the first shows her extremely upbeat calling it the most 'beautiful week' of her life.
Within just eight hours of that, she posted a second video where she says she is so depressed, she's going back into the hospital.
As the DailyMail.com previously reported she was hospitalized earlier in the week after saying she was suicidal at a Travelodge in New Jersey on August 3.
Saturday's early post shows an upbeat Sinead O'Connor calling the troubling week 'The most beautiful week' of her life
In less than eight hours, O'Connor emotionally crashes as she says she is heading back to the hospital calling herself a 'crazy b*tch' and that its a 'painful thing'
O'Connor, whose eyes are welling with tears in her latest post on Saturday heartbreakingly calls herself a 'crazy b*tch' before concluding 'Its so awful to be so crazy. A painful thing.'
Her face is puffy from crying. The singer says 'Ok I'm totally destroyed now again, I'm going to have to go back to the hospital, nightmare. This is unbearable, unbearable, its absof***inglutley unbearable without my children, my loved ones.'
O'Connor's new posts are the latest in a continuation of a publicly anguished filled two weeks that saw her first start the worrisome videos on August 3, when she told fans she was at a Travel Lodge in New Jersey and suicidal.
Irish singer Sinead O'Connor revealed she was by herself at a Travelodge motel in New Jersey. She is now in hospital as she receives help for mental health issues
Her latest attack, aimed at her former manager Bruce Garfield
O'Connor, 50, has been very open about her ongoing battles with depression over the years.
While her first post of Saturday was much more upbeat than the second, where she admits she is heading back to the hospital, it was also rambling.
She starts by saying this past week has been been the 'most beautiful week of my f***ng life.'
'I am now living in a Travelodge motel in the a**e end of New Jersey. I'm all by myself.
'And there's absolutely nobody in my life except my doctor, my psychiatrist - the sweetest man on earth, who says I'm his hero - and that's about the only f***ing thing keeping me alive at the moment... and that's kind of pathetic.
'I want everyone to know what it's like, that's why I'm making this video.
'Mental illness, it's like drugs, it doesn't give a s*** who you are, and equally what's worse, it's the stigma, it doesn't give a s*** who you are.
'Suddenly all the people who are supposed to be loving you and taking care of you are treating you like s***. It's like a witch hunt.
'If it was just for me I'd be gone. Straight away back to my mum... because I've walked this earth alone for two years now as punishment for being mentally f***ing ill and getting angry that no one would f***ing take care of me.
'I'm a 5ft 4in little f***ing woman wandering the world for two years by myself.'
She then touches on everything from praising the family that runs the Travelodge, to how she had a kidney stone, to slamming President Donald Trump.
She also spoke about emotional issues she believes other musicians deal with. She references Justin Bieber as well and says: 'Let Justin be Justin, love you when you get in trouble. They didn't let you be a kid, f**k 'em.'
This past Thursday, the singer posted again on Facebook, this time in a lengthy status update, berating former manager Bruce Garfield.
In that update O'Connor also revealed she had remained in the hospital after saying she was suicidal on August 3.
She seems to have been released from he hospital only briefly as she said in her second post on Saturday she could not be home alone for even 24-hours before going back.
'Can't manage to live at home, not for 24 hours, nothing.'
In the Thursday post, O'Connor slams Garfield, accusing him of identity theft, adding he did not alert her family when she went missing 'two weeks ago having taken an overdose.'
Garfield responded to the outburst a short time later.
He wrote on his own Facebook Thursday night: 'Thanks friends, fans, and media for your concerns, but I will not be responding to any questions or requests to speak to Sinead O'Connor.'
O'Connor told her Facebook followers she was suicidal at a motel in a lengthy video posted on August 3, and she was struggling to stay alive day by day.
The clip led to fans rushing to the motel, in Hackensack, New Jersey, offering to help.
Her musical contemporary Annie Lennox also asked where O'Connor's friends and family were.
After she was taken to the hospital a friend used the singer's Facebook page to say she was 'surrounded by love and receiving the best of care'.
The singer's troubles have been further fueled by a messy and bitter legal dispute in Ireland with her manager, a former lover who she is now involved in litigation with.
Safe: O'Connor is no longer at the New Jersey motel where she had posted the video from and is in hospital elsewhere in the state. Police had checked on her welfare at the Travelodge
Waiting: O'Connor's car remains in the car park of the motel but police say they have checked on her safety
O'Connor had spent time in a suburb of Chicago last year being cared for by friends, and has also spent time seeking help for her mental health issues at a facility in California.
Mental health advocates have said they hope that the video has a positive impact on others with mental health problems.
O'Connor posted the clip on Facebook on August 3 revealing she was all by herself at the $70-a-night Travelodge motel at the 'a*** end of New Jersey' and fighting to stay alive every day.
Friends rallied round Sinead O'Connor today as one posted on Facebook on her behalf
Fachtna O'Ceallaigh (left), 70, who met O'Connor in the Eighties when she was 17 and steered her to stardom in a partnership that lasted until 2012. Right, the singer performing in 1990