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He had been out of an 8 year relationship/engagement for about a year and was looking to move on in life.
We dated for about 3 months and it ended because we were both not truly ready for a real true relationship. I contacted him because I missed him and he says he misses me too.
However, he said he is not ready for a relationship.
He doesn't want me out of his life completely and want to be friends with him also. We respect each other a lot and can have a great friendship.
I get your question a lot, and what I always say is that it comes down to what you can live with; knowing what his terms are, what being with him on his terms is worth to you.
Whether you'd rather be with him on his terms - which is friendship right now so this is the reality of what is right now - or release yourself from him so that you can focus fully on being with someone who wants the whole package that you want - but without him.
It sounds like you've already answered this question for yourself when you say "But I am happier being his friend than not having him in my life at all".
I'm scared because I still love him, and I may end up wanting more.
I really don't know how to go about this or what to do. Here is my response to our beautiful friend, who I'll call "Sandie": Dear Sandie, I wrote a post about exactly what you're going through here, called It's Your Decision.