A little about me: I graduated with dual degrees in Psychology and English about two years ago. Since then, I haven't had a professional job which pays a good wage and have even had employers tell me that I need a stronger math proficiency. I heard that engineering and math/based fields are in hot demand, so since these degrees haven't given me anything I was thinking about going back. Here's the problem: I don't really have a good aptitude with math. I have always struggled with it for as long as I could remember, even when I got private tutoring from one of my high school teachers. I had a stint in a pre-med program at my university to become a psychiatrist, and while I did ok in the biology courses, the physics and chemistry courses absolutely destroyed me and ruined my GPA. I was pretty much forced out of it but managed to get some of my lost GPA back when I got back to my English program. I am tired of being underemployed. There has to be some way that I can have a better aptitude with math. I have gotten a practice book from the library but I still find grasping the concepts a bit difficult. My strongest traits have always been centered on my writing and reading comprehension, but based on what I have read in many forums (i.e. Liberal Arts grads spend four years partying,) I feel like that is nothing. I didn't go to parties, and I worked my butt off to get those degrees (I struggle with learning and test taking.) Is there any way that I can get better and grasp this stuff better than in the past? Maybe if I force myself to like this I can get a better degree and better job prospects. I don't want to be stuck in retail and in my parents' house my whole life. Thank you for any advice.