what does it mean when someone accuses you of the exact things that they do?
Well to put it quite simply, it means they are a hypocrite. LOL or insecure, either one of those sum it up.
That person knows far deep within his heart, that your accusation is true. But he does not have conscience developed adequately in him; his ego is too bloated to face any accusation that has merit. So he counters you with the same charge you threw on him.
I tend to think it would be similar to a transference of guilt. They are looking for justification and don't want to feel like the bad person and the sad part about that is that they may not even realize what they are doing.
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