There's an old saying that opposites attract. That may be true, and even a positive thing, for some. But for others, being drawn to someone so different than you may not be a good thing especially if involves the way you treat each other. It's no surprise, then, that you might find yourself wondering if there are ways to know you're too good for your partner. Sure, there are obvious signs that you're with the wrong person, like they're engaging in illegal activity or they don't like chocolate (crazy, right?), but there a plenty of little, subtle clues that turn into a giant red flag when you put them all together.
The last thing you want to do is compile the puzzle pieces after you've invested multiple years into a now defunct relationship. That's why it's always a good idea to keep your eyes peeled and be on the lookout for relationship red flags. I'm not suggesting that you never let your guard down or that you must always be suspicious of your partner. Trusting your significant other is a beautiful thing, and that's precisely why it's so important to know if you are, in fact, too good for your partner before you're in over your head.