Thank you for reading Jeff. I will comment on your two conclusions:
I didn't reject him because he was jobless. And when I asked him what he did with himself, he didn't say he studied either. I sense you're trying to make excuses for him, that maybe he wasn't saying all that he did, but he was given ample opportunity to talk about.
I don't feel like a victim; there is little mentioned to suggest I thought his actions (walking away) were wrong.
What happened was that I ended up feeling sorry for him. I feel like you may be missing the point of the story: don't date someone you pity. I don't dismiss what you're saying as a rant, quite the opposite, but the core message I feel like is missed. It wasn't about dating a jobless man, or study, or being the victim. It was about getting into relationships that don't feel right.
My bio is a disclaimer, as I write from experience. So the people in my stories can't come back and pursue legal action. And thank you for the spelling correction.
Thank you for reading.