I met a guy at a party about a month ago. Based on the things he says and does, he is super into me. Ever since the night we met, he is always texting, calling, and wanting to see me. He texts me every day when he wakes up to say good morning, asks me how I'm doing throughout the day, and says really nice things. For example: "I miss you so much," "I care so much about you," "You are too good to be true," "I can't wait to see you," "I love everything about you," etc.
Usually, I just respond by saying, "Aww that's sweet," which makes him question whether or not I'm into him. He has said several times that he thinks he is more into me than I am into him. We have hung out about 8 times now. He has asked me several times to be his girlfriend and make things exclusive, but I feel like it's too soon, so my response has been, "Let's get to know each other better and see what happens."
He said that was fine, but also said that he wasn't interested in anyone else. I am very cautious when it comes to new people, so I have been a bit distance and aloof in terms of reaching out to him and being available. The last two times he asked to see me, I bailed out at the last minute. He finally convinced me to come spend the weekend with him. We had a really nice time, but on Sunday morning, we were laying in bed and he was texting.
He had the phone right in front of me, so I couldn't resist looking. It appeared that he was texting another woman saying, "Good morning babe," and "How are you feeling today?" both of which are texts he sends me. I confronted him about it and he tried to deny it, but I know what I saw. He finally admitted that it was someone he had been seeing.
He apologized for texting her when I was around and insisted he would never speak to her again and that he would never do that if we were together. He even offered to call her in front of me to end it. I told him that wasn't necessary.
Is this guy a player? Or was he just continuing to play the field until he knew I was interested? Can I trust this guy? Should I end it?