I am beginning to feel the pangs of burnout. I enjoy learning about physics and math, but my physics classes are more killjoys than anything else. I was always a 4.0 student in college before I changed my major and I work very hard, but it seems that hard work doesn't pay off in physics classes. As a result, my grades in physics aren't all that great (think C's). I feel like physics is the major I've been searching for and wouldn't be quite as satisfied with any other major as far as I know, so I keep pushing on. I don't know how much longer I can do this, though. I feel like I've lost myself. I don't feel like I'm living life anymore. I'm losing my motivation and hope. Additional considerations: I have only taken physics introductory classes so far, I am almost done with my required math classes, and I have taken all of my gen ed classes. I switched my major to physics quite late, and had virtually no formal knowledge of physics prior to this. I do not find my math classes to be nearly as hard as my physics classes. I actually enjoy them and consider them to be "breathers" from my physics classes. What do I do? How do I get my sanity back? I'm feeling pretty desperate right now, so all suggestions are welcome!