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Transiting neptune on DC and tr. Saturn on ruler of DC

Hi everyone!
Please share with me some positive experiences with this transits :-( If there are any.

Does this means end of 3 year relationship with my boyfriend?

Because tr.saturn is conjunct natal jupiter who is natural ruler of pisces and pisces are on my 7th house.

And tr.neptune is 1 degree aproahing to my DC.

Im really scared, because i just started to thinking where are relationship is going. I started to be frustrated because im 34 and im ready for family life and beeing a mother and he is 5 years younger and he is still not ready. Im thinking about baby all the time like lunatic and with each day my fears are raising,what if i wait for too long and i could not get pregnant.
Transiting pluto is at the door of my 5th house and maybe he brings this tensions inside me.

I really love my boyfriend and we are both on spiritual path and just can not imagine that we are maybe not meant to be together.

His transiting pluto and saturn is oppositing natal venus...please give me a hope on this terrible transits!

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