This is not a question I can answer without casting a whole chart, and even then, I'd have to do all of them. A Virgo Sun and Aquarius Sun are not compatible, although all 10 planets are in a zodiac sign, and you two could have great ones besides what you told me here. Virgo and Pisces are opposite signs, so there is an attraction. But try not to panic. I suspect you think he's cheating, but are you sure? Have you discussed it yet? I think that would be where to start. The Mutable signs are the ones least likely to stay married for life, or for very long, Gemini, Virgo, Sag, or Pisces. They are the restless ones. Try to get it out into the open, and your fears may be unfounded.
I'm in a relationship with a Virgo and things are just fine. I just worry that he might be too quick on changing from one way to another too fast. I'm very capable to slow down and work things through with him, but what might be some other ways to keep us from breaking apart? I love him dearly so any help would be wonderful for our relationship.
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