"the end of a relationship. That moment when you realize all of the right timing of saying something to change it has gone out the window. Your former partner could be moving on to someone else or just tired of the exhausting feeling of trying to make it work. It is that moment after you’ve both been talking in circles for so long that nothing makes since anymore. Afterwards, you may reflect on the relationship and see the most obvious times where saying something assertive or expressing your needs would have made a difference. You may even grasp at hope thinking that if you tell them where you went wrong they would forgive you or understand it can work out. Usually, this means very little to people and they just stare at you with a blank stare, hug you, and say, “I’m sorry that it didn’t work out.” That feeling of not being worth a second chance is the worst feeling"