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When someone loves me a lot, I tend to start taking them for granted, and even get annoyed but there are people who do not get irritated by this at all. Is there a word for this ability?

For example, usage: She loved him to bits, and he was able to take it all in gracefully, he was ____.

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    This is a weird question, so to not get annoyed by someone who overly loves you even though they take you for granted? A “doormat”? – RLicens Jan 7 '18 at 15:28
  • @RLicens, basically the ability not to treat people like a doormats, even if it is easy to do so. – Mahathi Vempati Jan 9 '18 at 16:12
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I would've thought that 'Patience' was the word :-)

  • I'm looking for something more specific – Mahathi Vempati Jan 9 '18 at 16:13

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