No, you didn’t.We had a good friendship and shared a lot about our lives.
You had a relationship that had no appropriate boundaries, he opened up to you despite knowing that you were completely untrustworthy, it was never just “friends chatting” (he asked you for nudes? Wtf?), and he’s tried to extract himself multiple times.
You keep brushing off comments about your infidelity (no, grief doesn’t do that - you did that, take responsibility for it), about how you’re actually doing him way more harm than good, about how he’s blocked direct communication (no, leaving you able to comment in his social media is not an invitation), and you completely disrespect him and his choices because your chats got really personal?
To add to the mix, you now disclose that you went into this knowing that he was the client of an organisation trying to help people with their mental health.
You are being manipulative, disrespectful, and abusing a position of power with someone who you know to be vulnerable.
You aren’t a friend to him. You’re f*cking with his head. He’s told you to back off. It doesn’t get any clearer than that.