I really really want to be able to understand as much physics as I can, I have the stupid feeling that the way I see the world is a bit "fuzzy", and everytime I understand something new about it its like Im relieving an itch, only a little bit at a time. Im generally interested in science and always have been, which is why I chose to study medicine from which I wish to specialize in biochemistry. I feel that that is the best in terms of multidisciplinized science because it contains Biology, Chemistry and Physics plus they all include math. My problem is that while Im pretty good at understanding things in terms of chemistry or biology, Im really not that good in math. Ive never really been good in math which I dont attribute to lack of intelligence and/or talent, but more to some bad coincidences and exposure to it from the beginning on. In first grade some tests said that I was better in math than around 70% of kids my age, but my math skils never really took of from there. Now Im 21 and have regained my interest in it, but its difficult, its like learning to ride a bike at 21, it doesnt matter what your talent may be or if your good a swimming, its just hard. Im asking for anyone who can help me by sharing experiences, making suggestions or recommending any material I should work through. I have been studying alot in the fields of math and science in the last months. Ive made good progress, but its still pretty tough. I can really feel how my mind isnt really good at it because I have to keep reviewing stuff and I think its hard for me to visualize alot of things, which is really half the rent. Thanks to anyone who can give me any advice at all.