Irish singer Sinead O’Connor reached out to fans when she revealed that her “crippling agoraphobia” prevented her from buying groceries.
The 53-year-old singer uses two Twitter accounts, one of which manages her professional business with an official blue check mark and one under her Islamic nickname Shuhanda Sadaqat, with whom she made the heartbreaking announcement.
After submitting the request on Wednesday the following afternoon, she returned to the microblogging site to reassure fans and followers, “All good now ???? I found a food delivery service ???? I am full and happy :)”.
Fights: The Dublin-born star caused great concern back in August 2017 when she posted a 12-minute video with tears in her eyes on her Facebook page (picture 2019 on GMB).
Sinead’s mental health problems have been well documented over the years and she often uses social media as a sounding board for her ailments.
Her latest news was about the issues she faces with lockdown and living in a remote area of Ireland where she is not in a delivery catchment area.
She wrote: ‘Ok, a range is running out here. I’ve been secretly living with a physically debilitating, trauma-related case of acutely low self-esteem for the past few years, months, and weeks and haven’t been eating lately …
‚[It’s] because it made me so agoraphobic I can’t go to the stores. And I’m starving. I currently live in a very remote part of the country so take away or grocery deliveries are not an option …
Insurance: She later told fans that she found a food service
Hard Times: Sinead’s mental health problems have been well documented over the years and she often uses social media as a sounding board for her ailments
“So I ONLY asked clearly if anyone knew of catering services for people with mental illnesses whose ability to self-care is impaired. I would eat the damn leg of the Lamb of God. “
She later assured fans that she was fine, but has since sparked concern.
Last month, Sinead appeared on RTÉ Radio 1’s Ryan Tubridy Show, explaining her decision to train as a health worker.
Training up: Sinead appeared on RTÉ Radio 1’s Ryan Tubridy Show last month, explaining her decision to train to become a health worker
Regarding her thoughts, she said: “I’ve wanted to do that for years, it’s not the Covid thing, it’s not because I’m rushing to the front.
“The area I ultimately want to work in is palliative care. September 28th, that’s it, head down, it’s only been a year … that’s how I use the time. I had booked shows for a whole year … This is how I take advantage of the fact that I am unemployed for the year. ‚
Sinead added that she has wanted to be a health care assistant ever since [she] was a child ”when she expressed interest in palliative care.
New company: Based on her thoughts, she explained: “I wanted to do that for years, it’s not the Covid thing, it’s not that I’m rushing to the front
“A big impetus for me was that one of my best friends in the world died about five years ago.
He asked me if I would sleep in bed with him one night when he found out he was dying and I told him I would but in the end I was too scared and didn’t.
“From then on, I felt like I was never leaving a person alone, and I let my boyfriend down very much. I didn’t go to bed with him because I was so scared … of death and dying and of him dying. ‚
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