Student or Learner
I have usually seen the preposition "to" used after the adjectives "nice", "kind" and "good" as in "She is always good/nice/kind to me".
But, can they also be followed by the preposition "for" as in this example?
-She is too good/nice/kind for you.
I think that with the preposition "for",the meaning changes. But, I do not know how to explain that difference. Could it be used to tell someone that they do not deserve that person?
Yes, you are right. Words don't come with specific prepositions. You use the preposition or prepositional phrase that makes sense, or that means what you intend. Of course, in a certain context, there are correct and incorrect prepositions.
Note: this also occurs in your language; you shouldn't be confused.