At the end of your rope

Meaning: so tired, annoyed, or worried by something that you do not feel that you can deal with it, no longer able to deal with a bad situation

Example: I just don’t know what to do with my son. He has misbehaved all day. I’m at the end of my rope. We can’t tolerate that dog anymore. We’re going to give it away because we’re at the end of our rope.

See also: At wits' end

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