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Which defense mechanism is used by a person who constantly blames his unbearable feelings on another person?

A: rationalization
B: compensation
C: denial
D: projection

~ I think it is D ~ please correct me ~

  • Health and Physical Education -

    The answer is C

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    Kira is wrong. I agree with ~ca~ -- it's D.

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