Most Helpful Guy
It all depends, most likely it will fail only because the not seeing the person in person, lol, after awhile takes it toll on each individual. If you are both committed to making it work I see no problem with it not working out, but it will be hard the closer you two get.0THIS IS NOT RELEVANT ANYMORE
Most Helpful Girl
It depends on the circumstances. If both people are 100% invested, it can work out but long-distance relationships are very difficult. Communication is important in any relationship but when you're long distance, it's even more essential.
Typically, long-distance relationships only work out for the short-term. There should be a realistic plan for one person to move closer to the other person at SOME point. For instance, I'm currently in a long-distance relationship but I have plans to move in with him very soon. We have been long-distance for about a year and a half and it's been tough but it will be worth it when we are actually living together.
I'll be honest, at your age, it's more unlikely that it will work out. Not only do young relationships have a higher chance of not working out, but the fact that you're so young AND trying to do long-distance makes those chances even greater. That being said, anything is possible and if you both are totally committed and focused on making it work, then I'm sure you can figure out. :)0THIS IS NOT RELEVANT ANYMORE