Most Helpful Guy
Hey, I think it's great you're opening up about this. Firstly I think maybe you should talk to him about it. I wouldn't suggest making him change his schedules but Im sure he would be willing to call you more or maybe you could swap photos throughout the week so you don't feel left out at all.
Both of these will really help and then on the weekend you'll still have the joy of being together in person.
Also, as a sufferer of anxiety I have to say that anxiety ruins relationships if you allow it to control you. Let your heart and logic guide you and push fear to one side. He wouldn't be with you if he didn't like you and if you communicate your worry to him in a gentle manner I am sure you can come to a compromise to close the gap a little. Just remember that anxiety is more likely to ruin things than the distance or your schedules so keep it in check.
Let us know how you get on and take care!2THIS IS NOT RELEVANT ANYMORE
Most Helpful Girl
It's important that you don't let those pesky inner voices affect how you treat your boyfriend. Being controlling or overly concerned with his feelings about you can push him away a little, so be sure to keep that in check and communicate with him about your feelings without being demanding or sounding too doubtful. It can be taken as a bad sign if you sound unable to accept that he loves you, after all. Your therapist will have much better things to say and advise you of, but these are general pointers I use in my own relationship. In simple terms, accept his love freely and don't freak out on him when your inner critic says so. XD1THIS IS NOT RELEVANT ANYMORE