Firstly, I do think it's good that you were open and honest. This is key in all points of life. That said, I have some bad news for you. I am only basing this on my own personal experience, so take it with a grain of salt: I think she's done with you. I don't mean to be harsh, and I don't mean to burst any of your bubbles, but I think that if she's already said anything even remotely along the lines of 'I'm just not that into you any more', then it's over. What it sounds like she wants now is the feeling we get when we're with someone new and exciting. No matter how much you may love her, you will never again be new and exciting to her, and thus will not be able to give her what she's looking for. It would be purely selfish to try and prolong things any further. I know it sucks almighty ass when we find out that our love is not reciprocated, and I have little consolation for you there except that you will find it again, but based on what you have described, this is where I think you stand. There is absolutely nothing wrong with being friends, but DON'T DO IT if you can't truly JUST be her friend. It's dishonest and harmful to you both if you try to maintain a friendship while you're just hoping that any day she'll realize she's still in love with you in a romantic capacity. Trust me: I've been down that road before, and it's some of the the worst (self-inflicted) pain I've ever experienced.