reach the end of (one's) rope(redirected from one reaches the end of one's rope)
reach the end of (one's) rope
To be completely worn out, exasperated, or exhausted; to have no more patience, endurance, or energy left. Joshua started throwing a tantrum this afternoon, and with all the other things I have to get done, I've just reached the end of my rope! You're taking on too many responsibilities in the office. You need to slow down before you reach to the end of your rope.
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