drive (one) to distraction

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drive (one) to distraction

To render one unable to focus. Leave your sister alone—she's got to finish her homework, and you are driving her to distraction.
See also: distraction, drive

drive someone to distraction

Fig. to confuse or perplex someone. Can't you see you're driving her to distraction? The problems I am having with my boss are driving me to distraction.
See also: distraction, drive