(4) and (5) are extreme confrontations. There's another sly altercation (6) The person denies of any aberration in their communication. Call them up to clear any misunderstanding -- 'hmm, have I been silent with you. I didn't realize it. Am I?' That gaslighting in which the called denies of the existence of any problem on a forthcoming caller. It's not shame or vulnerability for having made a call but spurn on the existence of the problem. Amusing turn of event! How does one feel on being the first to have made a call only to hear of no acknowledgement of even the problem. Is that good or bad? Not (1) or (2) or (3) but a 1.2.3 of the person positively responding in a snap of above-turned face of even the existence of a problem. This is turning out to be a hybrid case study of viji's eager caller and rihana's uncritical acker. ("there is no problem, you are delusional!") I feel this (6) the most baffling, funny and thrown-off when the called gaslights the caller.