Mirrors are people like me. They are largely reactive. When someone moves closer to me this is a signal I should move closer too, and likewise when someone pulls back I do the same. So this has a doubling effect which can probably be disconcerting. (Imagine you only wanted to come three steps closer, but suddenly now you are six. Or the opposite, you just wanted a little space and suddenly I am gone.)
Satellites, I know lots of satellites. Maybe they are the most common? I am choosing Palmer as my case example. He's a dog. He was meant to be a foster dog, just here for a few weeks while the rescue agency found him a home, but he made such funny obscene sounds when I rubbed his belly that I couldn't let him go. Satellites need the distance between themselves and the other person to stay the same. They like consistency, like a foster dog that has been starved sometimes, ignored, and also sometimes smacked around. He wants love but not too much, he wants distance but not too much. So when you move toward a satellite they back up to maintain the right distance. When you move away they come forward. Satellite is the wrong word I chose -- because satellites should orbit. I forget why I picked the word satellite.
Suns. They stay in the same place no matter what. My father is like that. He's just exactly as close as he means to be, and it doesn't matter, the push-you pull-me stuff does nothing to him. The sun does not move, he cannot be drawn in closer than he should be, and he cannot be pushed away, not even if you write off his car.