The whole point of dating
So simply put, if you thrive off of constant interaction (which is fine) then this is definitely not for you.
Some people, depending on their love language needs to be held, touch or face-to-face with their special someone constantly.
As always, not an expert just an everyday participant.
When it comes to modern dating, nearly every woman I know can point to at least one aspect of the whole rigmarole that always seems to get in the way of finding that special person or thwarts their best intentions. For example, one thing that frustrates me as a single guy is the pervasive need for options.
If this is the case then distant-dating may be challenging for you.
I promise you, this will save you so many arguments. Which is why you both will need to discuss this up front if this is going to work. Think about it: You have to make time for each other by setting virtual dates (more often than usual to make up for the lack of physical time); You have to travel to and from on a regular basis; You have to trust that person to a whole other level. But if you're not all in, it will definitely make the relationship tough.
Have you ever went out and mingled for a few and ran into to someone who was "oh so fine"? And the story goes: You all talked for a few, have a lot of things in common and come to find out, they don't even live in the city where you guys met.
In fact, they live on the other coast, opposite of you.
We can see someone's likes, music taste, articles they’ve read, and so on.
We start to create this impression of what we think this person might be like, and then as a result we don’t always give them an honest chance.