5. They rarely admit their own feelings to you.
Instead, they make it seem as though their emotions are your own. This is called projecting, in which the individual projects their thoughts and feelings onto you, rather than taking full ownership and responsibility of them. You may find yourself in a situation where they are upset, but they will accuse you of being angry at them. They’ll be underhanded about it and sneak in phrases like, “Why are you angry at me?” or “You’ve been upset with me this entire week.” Instead of disclosing their feelings honestly and openly with you, they keep you at arm’s length and shut down every explanation you provide, even though it’s not even a situation you are responsible for justifying.