This is the same question I answered a week ago. But of course you still miss him. And because he's always been here today and gone tomorrow, you'll never know IF or When he's going to get in touch again, unless you block him so he can't toy with you like this. It's awfully hard to get over wanting him when you think his door to you is wide open, but he just doesn't want to, or have time to, cross the threshold back to visit you again.
Do you see what his unreliable and manipulative actions are doing to you? You don't think anybody else will want you, because he doesn't want you more often than he does want you. You're harming yourself, your self-esteem by waiting for him.
But I think there's another wrinkle here in your mind. You don't want to lose him as a friend. That happens in lots of relationships, that the romantic & sexual part gave rewards for becoming pretty good friends and becoming really comfortable talking about stuff. Most young people that haven't been in very many love relationships think they can separate the friendship from the romance, since that doesn't involve sex and therefore might not be so hurtful. But your situation is even more confusing, since Jared always declared that you were "just friends," so you weren't supposed to fall in love with him. So you pretended to yourself that you didn't.
Well it takes a lot of calluses on your heart, from loving somebody and getting hurt, before young people (both sexes) can learn to defend themselves against falling in love, because we're not built to stay "friends" when we have lots of 1 x1 intimacy with attraction included, and especially not when you add sex. You have a healthy heart, that is built to develop love, and you don't know how to separate sex and love, even if you think you can.
So you're confused, because you've been told that people who are attracted to each other can be good friends, and Jared said he liked being around you as a friend. (Watch the movie When Harry Met Sally if you believe that males & females can be good friends "without the sex thing getting in the way." I conducted a research project with 2 of my Psych of Relationships classes almost 20 years ago, where 7 students interviewed 20 same sex fellow students to ask them if they thought M&F could be good friends without the sex thing getting in the way: 80% of the guys that they couldn't do that, and 60% of the women thought they could. That didn't mean the 70% of men and 40% of women thought they'd have to have sex, but that they'd have to deal with that issue one way or another.)
You'll need to let go of your expectation of friendship with him too--because he can't separate the two, even though you might think you can. The vast majority of around 150 research subjects interviewed in the study above were right around your age, so it's not unusual for a young woman to think SHE can be friends without thinking about sex--but not the young men.
Don't worry about doing the wrong thing, just because the experts online are all telling you you need to get over Jared. You'll keep yearning for him and even taking him back until it gets to be more painful to have him coming into and out of your heart than just having him STAY OUT! Most of us have to learn that the hard way at least once. So you're entitled to your innocence.
But don't keep hoping for a text every day, and DO things to like yourself more, that is DO things you like to do. If you're worried that you're not pretty enough to attract any other male, then meditate on your face in the mirror for 15 minutes each day for at least 3 weeks. Try to blink as little as possible, and when thoughts come to you, just let them pass on through and keep looking into your face and eyes. By the time you've "grown accustomed to your face" ("like breathing out and breathing in" goes the song), you'll know that you're pretty comfortable and pleasing to look at. So then maybe you'll be ready to give other guys chances to look at you. And when you are ready to be seen for the beauty that you are (no matter how subtle) there will be guys that are happy to see you.
That's all for tonight. And remember, if you want me to opt out so you can get somebody else's opinion, just ask and I'll opt out. You could easily get a lot of good advice on how to stop obsessing on Jared, because there are lots of steps we in America have needed to learn to start "getting over the loss of a love" (Title of a best-selling book for just that ("How to get over the loss of a love" Cosgrove and others).
You could even decide that you'll not really get over him until December 2013, or maybe November. Once you can accept that it could take you that long, you don't have to feel bad about missing him now.