It depends on both the signs and the houses that host Saturn and North Node. This info will show us if this aspect is more or less psychologically burdensome. It can be a downer, but as you grow, you develop different strategies to cope with it.
So, basically look into your relationship with anything that is authority, including your teachers and your parents, especially father. You may need to disagree with authority in order to feel in line with your true purpose in life, and that is okay as long as you keep it real and remain persistent in your beliefs, and give them greater depth and groundedness.
Hope this helped.
According to Bernice Grebner in her Lunar Nodes: New Concepts, with Saturn square or opposition North Node “Sacrifice or surrender are the keywords."
“Saturn’s house position may cause neglect of the nodal position’s growth; and the balancing of the nodal axis may be much delayed. Success is also harder to achieve where Saturn’s position is located by sign and house. Wherever Saturn is located is where we feel a great lack; where a father’s influence can be most strict; where ambitions are thwarted. Other aspects taken into consideration, this is not a favorable position for a positive, enthusiastic spirit. Unless well aspected to Jupiter, the Saturn square must be corrected first by strict discipline in accepting responsibility that can’t be refused. This position can give great loneliness. The life seems to be fated. Call it fate, karma, or what you will, it is that area which we can do little about but surrender to it. With this aspect, along with a good aspect to Jupiter, Jupiter’s influence cannot be felt greatly until the discipline Saturn calls for is accomplished. The person who has this aspect lacked discipline in a former lifetime; hence he is being forced into it in this life. The lessons of Saturn are patience, duty, loyalty, and being in tune and in step with time as it is. Their destiny is to get in step.”
North Node in signs and houses here
“North Node square Saturn This square indicates a thwarting of the natives' ambition and progress by prevailing social forces. Their fearfulness and conservatism may pervent their being in the right place at the right time to take advantage of opportunities which the society affords them. They may be isolated by society or become recluses”