OP and her partner broke up due to his causing her stress, they decided he needed to move out of her apartment soon, he's been complaining about health issues for a while but refuses to seek medical help.
OP's partner has a health issue (small brain mass) but avoids medical care. OP wants her partner to move out due to the negative impact on her mental health and is questioning if it's wrong to ask him to leave.
He's OP's ex-partner, it's completely justified to ask him to leave her house.
OP shouldn't feel obligated to assist with his medical issues.
Since OP is no longer in a relationship, she is not obligated to support him in any way.
He's trying to manipulate OP by claiming he has a medical issue, but it's suspicious that he won't follow up on it.
OP needs to prioritize her health when her ex-partner isn't taking care of theirs.
There's a possibility he might be lying to avoid leaving.
Taking care of her well-being is essential before helping others.
If they are no longer in a relationship and he's negatively affecting her mental health, it's perfectly reasonable to ask him to leave her house.
Offering assistance with medical appointments is generous.
OP shouldn't stay with this person out of guilt or pity; he will continue to emotionally drain her until she is depleted.
OP did the right thing. She was in a tough situation where her relationship was making her feel bad, and it was affecting her mental health.
So, she decided it was best to break up and ask her ex-boyfriend to move out, even though he had a health problem. Offering to go with him to the doctor was a kind thing to do, but she also needed to take care of their feelings and mental health.
OP made a good choice by focusing on themselves and their healing. The main point here is that putting your well-being first is okay, especially when things are tough.
OP should be commended for looking out for herself and making a responsible decision.