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Recently ( due to me moving forward with my undergraduate studies in electrical engineering ) I purchased a plethora of books, aimed at self study, in an attempt to try and understand the concepts behind electrostatics, electrodynamics, and magnetostatics etc. I read reviews on books that would help solidify my understanding of these concepts and Griffith's Electrodynamics seemed like a good choice to start with, after working through it the past few weeks I feel more lost and confused than when i started on the subject. I really want to be able to understand the concepts behind electromagnetism and have the ability to do the problems in this and other books but i'm not sure this is the right way to go about it. I'm curious how an electrical engineer would recommend going about this process and any recommendations on books or resources to understand this topic more thoroughly would be massively appreciated.