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I really think this is an area I could more than use some extra resources on.

For algebra, I turned to "dry" books without much explanations because I found that the other kind confused me more than anything else, and, just seeing the proofs and formulas as is, is better for me and cleared things up. With geometry I'm having the opposite problem; I need a book that will help me learn to think in terms of geometry and learn to approach problems involving geometry better.

This is a really weird problem, because I'm a very visual thinker in most other aspects, even when I listen to music I think of vivid shapes and textures and colors; it's as if I'm having trouble making my brain connect its logic parts and its visual parts.