Grande, 25, returned to work on Tuesday, performing "The Wizard and I" during the final taping of Wicked's 15th-anniversary special, which will air on NBC later this month.
"Time to say bye bye to the internet for just a lil bit", she continued.
As for her love life, it appears things have been put on hold.
And on Sunday, it was claimed that she had called off her whirlwind engagement to SNL comedian Pete Davidson, and given back the $100k diamond ring she'd been wearing.
She had also announced that she would take time off social media to avoid "bumping into" the split news, but the popstar has barely stopped posting since Wednesday. She wrote that she could not believe her anxiety was going to take over her.
Right some time after the split, Ariana Grande also used social media to talk about her anxiety. "Love u and thank u for bein here always".
Per E! News and People, Grande referenced her breakup for the first time in a since-deleted Instagram Stories post, telling fans that the internet has become too much to bear as she recovers. Pete's already going through a really hard time with his break up and the last thing he needs is an internet troll getting some sort of weird kick out of using his name in such a heartless way'. After all, she's had an incredibly hard year, between the anniversary of the Manchester arena bombing, Miller's sudden death and now, her rumored breakup with Davidson. But she won't let it happen again, the next day, or the day after that, or ever again. Regardless of whether or not she does, her fans will always support her making her health a top priority.