Hello, I am currently a college freshman finishing up my second term. About an year ago, I was absolutely determined to study mathematics or physics in college and pursue graduate studies. I ended up choosing math, took intro analysis (analysis seems to be more appropriate due the content of this course rather than calculus) and intro algebra in my first term, and miserably suffered, especially in analysis. I loved learning concepts of pure math, but when it came to applying those concept to assignment problems, well I thought I might end up in a mental institution. Now I don't even know what I want to do. One moment I make up my mind to get a degree in other subjects like statistics, but it's not quite like I spend my free time to read first few pages of some math textbook. SO in summary I like math than any other subject. But I am not good at it. Should I still do it?