I'm a 15 year old sophomore in high school who absolutely loves physics (more of quantum mechanics and Einsteins theories of relativity and how it is incorporated into everyday life). I want to grow up and be a Physicist and that's all i would like to do because nothing fascinates me quite like physics does. But i am writing this for a reason in the career guidance category because i am not very strong in math, and i need advice on how to go about my physics career lacking a strong understanding of mathematics. I can easily understand how math concepts can apply to real world problems, i am just bad at actually performing the math, numbers just don't come to me, but science does. No matter what i will go into Physics even if i suck at math, but can you guys give me some information on what it's truly like to experience math in physics. Is it really that hard? is it really that grueling?