Relationship experts claim that feeling a date’s too good to be true means you should be very careful about your next steps. While soulmates undoubtedly exist, it’s more often a sign of manipulation and developing toxic behavior patterns in the future.
If you and your date seem to agree about everything, and they provide you with their undivided attention 24/7, you should slow down. Love bombing is a frequent behavior pattern that leads to codependency or more serious problems like controlling and gaslighting.
Other signs you should look for if you’re uncertain if you’re facing a problematic person are a matter of your perception. For example, if you feel like conversations are one-sided, try to analyze the situation a bit further.
If your potential partner seems to just go along and agree with everything you say, be careful. While we’re all different, and some people are simply less opinionated, those who seem to have no opinions should worry you.
These behavior patterns are a frequent sign that there’s something wrong. Either they are playing a role to try and convince you they’re a perfect partner, or they’re uninterested but keep dating you for some inner reason that has nothing to do with you.