The Question and Answer section for Pygmalion is a great resource to ask questions, find answers, and discuss the novel.
Eliza knows that she has been used by Higgins. Although she lives in affluence, she has evolved past her role with Higgins. Eliza is discovering herself as an individual and as a woman. Higgins and Wimpole Street have become emotional baggage for...
This tells Eliza that all her time spent with Higgins has been a bad experience for him.
Are you referring to Act 5? Higgins cannot hide the fact that, although he may have feelings for Eliza, he cannot help but treat her as lower class. It is ironic that Higgins cannot change his nature and Eliza has.