Tear your hair - Idioms by The Free Dictionary
tear your hair
tear (one's) hair out
To be extremely anxious, worried, frustrated, or stressed out about something. We've been tearing our hair out trying to figure out what's causing the server outages. The kids have been out of control all morning long—they've got me tearing my hair out!
tear your ˈhair (out) (informal) be very worried or angry: Why are you so late home? Your mother and I have been tearing our hair out wondering where you were!
References in periodicals archive
Don't worry that you are wanting to tear your hair
SOME house moves just make you want to tear your hair
But don't tear your hair
out - it's the perfect excuse for petrol head dads and mums to organise a few motoring-related days out.
AS a footnote, this game can really make you tear your hair
out at times.
If you're a teacher with all this pressure on you to raise test scores, this just makes you tear your hair