I think for me the same people drive me crazy over and over, but I question if it is more a matter of my tolorance for their behavior.
Another person can't drive you crazy. Your reaction to anothers behavouir is you own choice. No one gets in your head and twiddles little knobs about to control you.
I think it was when I was asked a silly question about when someone drove me crazy.
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