I hate the term, but it has become a regular occurrence in our home.
According to the Oxford dictionary, to rage quit means:
VERB (rage-quits, rage-quitting; past and past participle rage-quitted or rage-quit)
How do I know this?
Well, my son will often get so frustrated with his video game that he will make silly noises, jump up and down, and even stomp off when he loses.
My daughter rage quits when trying to figure out technology when it is not cooperating.
And me? I rage quit when I think I have disappointed others. I pout. I cry. I say mean things about myself to myself. But the worst part is, sometimes I say things I do not mean to those I love the most. Unkept rooms, dirty dishes, and messy living rooms (things that, in the scheme of eternity are not that big of a deal) become gigantic issues when I am feeling this way.
The Scripture puts me in my place, however.
I have a lot of work to do, but I am very thankful that God never rage-quits on me…I just need to keep my eyes on Him.