You should not feel guilty because you went into this relationship thinking he was a kind person and had your best interests at heart. I don't know if it was a lie as much as his attempt to deceive another person to get what he wants. He knew what he what wanted and he used you to get it. The relationship was a front on his part. You were just a pawn. He has probably done this before. You are the innocent here. I consider a lie on both of your parts. You didn't know the future or his true intentions. Men like this are very savvy and are able to put on a front for a period of time.
I would not talk to him. He has this warped sense of who he is and any friendship on your part encourages him to draw you in again. You don't want to appear interested or even open to his advances. It is best that you don't give him the impression that he has a shot. Cut it off when you see him so there is no chance that he pursues this any further
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Relist: Incomplete answer. I get that first expert says he was deceptive.
I did not understand: "I consider a lie on both of your parts. You didn't know the future or his true intentions." Does that mean he lied twice or that we both lied?
You're saying that though I've seen him 3 times (in 3 weeks) since that one night of unfortunate sex, he's a deceiver/liar who was using me the whole time?
I do not hear about my questions on whether I should also keep in contact with him for jobs OR for physical help when I move to new apt.? I will listen.