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Let’s start off by saying that if someone says you’re too good to be true, then what they are really saying is that you’re too good for them. If they believe that, then they are 100% correct. You’re probably too good for him and you can save yourself a world of heartache by exiting stage left.
Learn to recognize the signs that he thinks you’re too good for him…
Signs He Thinks You’re Too Good For Him
- He asks why do you have to be so perfect
- He says you’re too good to be true
- He suggests that you compromise on your standards
- He belittles you
- He’s argumentative over the smallest things
- He’s constantly criticizing you
Is Too Good To Be True A Red Flag?
If you meet someone and you think they are too good to be true, therefore it must be a red flag then take a deep breath and think about where these thoughts and negativity are coming from. Wait for the real red flags before you write someone off because you could miss your blessing by being too skeptical.
When someone seems too good to be true, try to release past relationship trauma so you can enjoy a healthy relationship.
What Does It Mean When A Guy Thinks You’re Too Good For Him
It’s very important to know that if a guy thinks you’re too good for him, then you should also believe that you are. He knows himself better than you do, so if you’re just meeting him and he’s saying things like, ‘you’re too perfect’ or ‘this is too good to be true’ then it’s a really good indicator that he’s not used to meeting anyone on your level.
Relationships like this tend to end tragically because the low self-esteem person in the relationship will begin to belittle or humble the other person for the sake of their own ego.
He may also be implying that you’re being fake, pretending, hiding something or flat out lying to him.
When He Says You’re Too Good For Me During A Breakup
Many have heard this statement during a breakup and the reality is that the person is likely doing you a favor. Do not attempt to win the person over or try to coax them back into an unhealthy relationship.
Once they find someone that could never touch the level you’re on, they will be happier because they won’t have you as a constant reminder of what their flaws are as a person.
If you’re ever with someone that constantly puts themselves down, this is a huge red flag!
When He Thinks You’re Out Of His League
He may also be trying to find out if you know your worth? He knows you’re beautiful, knows you’re intelligent, successful, and that you have your own bag. All of this makes him wonder, ‘why is she single’ or why would she want to date me.
Not knowing your worth can breed resentment for the other person because he thinks you’re out of his league from the beginning, but now you have too many expectations and standards that they just can’t live up to.
Remember, if he thinks you’re out of his league then you are. Sometimes resentment can build in a relationship if the other person’s self esteem is damaged. They may have self deprecating thoughts like, ‘she’s going to dump me’ or why did she choose me?’ All of this is unhealthy an d can lead to problems down the road.
When A Guy Says You’re Too Nice
If a guy thinks or says you’re too nice, then RUN don’t walk to the nearest exit. If you’re too nice then think of how horribly he must treat people. You’re be hearing this for years to come as continue to be appalled by his or her behavior.
You’re Too Good For Me Meaning
“Too good for me” can be a sign of an insecure person.
This could mean that that are used to self sabotage and have many experiences with being hurt int he past. They tend to project that this new person is going to also abuse them. Do not try to heal them or be a pick me to win them over.
Healthy Dating Basics
- Is there a genuine connection?
- 2. Does the person seem sincere as opposed to guarded?
- 3. Is he invested in getting to know you?
- Is he emotionally mature?
- Is he responsible?
When dating, know these specific types of men to avoid and guard your peace of mind. Be aware of any confusion or turmoil the person is trying to create in your life and decide if it’s time to end things.
When a guy says you’re too good to be true or you’re too good for me is not always a compliment. It can be a sign that the person knows that they won’t be able to live up to your expectations and standards in the relationship. Be grateful that he not only thought to himself, ‘she’s too good for me’, but he also expressed those thoughts to you.
Be thankful that they are telling you the truth! You won’t be able to win them over by humbling yourself or lowering your standards. Lot’s of men think ‘she was too good for me’ and they were probably right.
Don’t dim your light for others because life is too short to live with less, do less, or to be treated less than.
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