He said that he thought I was a good person, but I just had too many "issues" for him to deal with. This just feels like such a complete betrayal - I know he can have a girlfriend since we're broken up, but the fact that I was replaced so quickly is a slap in the face. It makes me wonder if he dumped me because he found this new girl who seemed like fun, and instead of being honest, manipulated me. He kept hope for a re-kindling alive, while he was getting sex and affection from somebody else.
He could have told me he didn't love me anymore, and that we weren't looking for the same things out of a relationship. Instead, he tells me that I'm like a member of his family, that he does love me, and that we should keep in contact to see where things go. Thinking on it, I told him during our fight that I couldn't stand to be friends with him if he found another girlfriend, and that's the point where he demanded to be driven home. He must've already been with her, even though when he and I were alone, he was making eyes at me. When I asked if we could talk in two weeks, he said all right, though then he proceeded to completely ignore me. Since he had my range gear, spare keys, and my dad's computer, I'm not sure why he thought that I wouldn't go to get those items, and foolish me decided to be charitable and give him the benefit of the doubt over his sickness. Now I'm thinking he didn't let me upstairs either because she was in bed, or because he hadn't thrown out the condom wrappers.
I want to write him a long, non-Ehell approved letter, telling him all the things I've kept back: how he took me for granted, how he betrayed me, and whether he's warned this new girl that he's just having fun and will abandon her too when things get too serious or too hard. He also mentioned on reddit that she's moving four hours away, but they're going to make time to see each other. But when I lived 30 minutes away, he didn't bother. He fixed his car so he could go visit her, even though I've been asking him about it's ailing for months. He's been a cad and not at all a gentleman. I know I can't scorch his eyes with that letter, but I really, really want to.