Everybody has one.
It is the threshold level at which we throw caution to the winds. The point at which we can no longer show restraint. Our self-control cracks and we give in to the pressure.
It is the point at which someone is forced to make a statement like, ‘whatever wants to happen should happen’. Sounds familiar? It’s part of the humanity that we share.
You know, most people are able to show some resistance to pressure, once in a while – whether at the office, at home or in a public place; we are able to project the best part of us sometimes. Some are short-fused and they “go off” quite early, while others are able to manage the pressure for a little longer until the point at which they are stretched down to the wire and they break.
Now, all you can do is to make the effort of raising your breaking point, everyday, and it starts from first accepting that we are all human, and that error is a shared human experience, and that at best we can only manage our own behavior but not the behavior of others and that, most importantly, perfect behaviour eludes each and every one of us.