Our expert says:
He will be having problems. He may be a very nice guy, but he should never have started a relationship with you while still pathologically involved at a psychological level, with his ex. And to declare that he is looking for someone very like her, is also a really bad recipe for his future happiness. It's sad that you lost what might otherwise have been a good relationship, but clearly he was not capable of such a relationshiop and may not be thus for some time to come.
How sad for whoever he lights on next, who might not recognize that she is there as a proxy for his ex, and not being liked in her own right.
Then his reaction to your new friendship shows him to be even more neurotic than he already sounded. He seems to really, really, need to see a counsellor to work out all his kinks and knots, and to become capable of any open and fair relationship.
Don't feel bad. You rushed nothing, and you are not in any way responsible for his self-created misery. HE may seem to have "everything a woman needs" ( sounds a bit like a Swiss Army knife, put that way ) - but he lacks a non-neurotic approach to relationships, and seems not to really know what he wants, except its whatever he doesn't have at the moment
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