If this is how you feel the bishop treated you, I think it would certainly be appropriate & potentially therapeutic for you to share those feelings with him, whether by letter, phone or in person. If you can leave the doors open to response from & further communication with him, this could be a real learning & healing experience
for both of you.
Not to invalidate your feelings or perceptions at all James, but is it possible that he was not really looking down on you but that this was your perception; or perhaps he unintentionally came across as tho looking down on you?
Irregardless, sharing your feelings with him could
be a good way to be sure, clear the air, who knows maybe even form a positive healing relationship. Or at least make sure the bishop knows how you feel & where you stand.
Just some rambling thots to consider or trash or whatever, James. Hope there is something of value there. My prayers are with you as you contemplate this matter & your response.
BTW James I encourage you not to let him tell you how you did or didn't feel. If he did or does abuse you in any way, do try to keep a safe distance & get help if you need it. I don't know details on what happened, but please report him if it is or it becomes necessary.
"I can't stand pain. It hurts me."