Hello. I am currently a physics major and in my sophomore year at UT Austin. I have always been interested in physics, specifically astrophysics. But I have recently become discouraged. Not because of the rigor of physics but more because of the way it is taught and also what seems to me to be the reductionist point of view of physics. I feel like in college they just give you a bunch of problems to solve and I am more genuinely interested in the nature of the laws themselves. I feel like physics is also near sighted in some ways. That is why I am debating changing my major to chemistry or biology. I feel chemistry and biology are more complex and want a broader scope of understanding. Should I change my major? Have you ever felt this way about physics?