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I can imagine how frustrating this situation must be for you. You are the one who was hurt but you are the one who is explaining yourself. He is the one who should be explaining himself!
And this is why you feel all this pent up anger: he's the one who acted in selfish, uncaring, and inconsiderate ways and yet you're the one who's expected to "make nice". You're clearly a normal person and you can feel inside this is not the right way to be if he wants a relationship with you in any meaningful way.
So, please don't feel like you did anything wrong. With people who act in uncaring ways, you will rarely get them to admit they did anything wrong, so you're going to have to move on, as you say. It's not worth wanting to be with him until he would do a lot of things to show that the way he behaved was not an integral part of who he is, right?
It is hurtful when people act in uncaring and inconsiderate selfish ways. But fortunately, you didn't get too involved with him before he showed what he's like, that he's not just the nice guy you thought he was. That he has some darker parts to him that can be selfish and maybe even use people.
Okay, I wish you the very best!
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