Like, when you say something objectively and they answer:«I'm not like that, why you say that?». He always suspects what we say got to do something with him! What is it :)?
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hypersensitive (MW dictionary) : having feelings that are very easily hurt
She's hypersensitive about her past.
I would say the word you are looking for is: -
Easily upset by the things people say or do...
e.g. "Her reply showed that she was very sensitive to criticism."
Touchy is an adjective commonly used:
- Tending to take offense with slight cause; oversensitive.
Easily offended or upset:
- You have to be careful what you say to Kevin - he's rather touchy. She's very touchy about the fact that her wife was married before.