I am in my 3rd year undergrad. I just changed my major to Physics. I spent my whole first two years doing Chemistry after really enjoying the subject in high school, but after the 2-3 classes I took and the many ACS seminars I attended, I just found out that it wasn't for me. I honestly began finding it boring. And Organic was super lame. I had no idea what I wanted to do career-wise within Chem anyway. So I finally sat down and reevaluated my interests and really decided on what I would like to do. I remembered I had always loved astronomy. I remember reading books by Carl Sagan and Richard Feynman when I was 14 and loving those. But my downfall, I've never been a strong math person. So it never actually occurred to me to even attempt to enter those fields. But I realized it's really interesting to me, and maybe if I like something that much it will be enough to work on my weaknesses. So I am now in calculus-based introductory Physics along with calc 1.. and my "not being a strong math person" is being very obvious at the moment. I always reach this point where I kiiind of get it, but then I kind of don't. And I have always been one of those people who is naturally good at history and english and never having to study for anything.. And now i've come to a point where this is completely different and I guess I'm not sure how to proceed. I have straight C's right now which is obviously undesirable, but it's not just the grades I am concerned about. I genuinely love the subjects and want to reach that level of understanding. I've always heard such things like "some people just aren't cut out for the math" and as much as I don't want to believe in that, it's really hitting me hard right now. I really feel like it is my passion to get involved in Physics.. I don't want to believe that I'm just simply not capable of grasping the material. So I suppose I should actually present a point here. I have no idea how to escape my black hole of a 15 year habit of not studying for anything.