I am posting this thread, because for such a long time I have tried to learn programming. I'm now re-attempting, and learning OOP concepts etc.. However, sometimes I feel that reading tutorials are quite tedious for my mind, and it results in me feeling de-motivated and I tend to wonder off into constant procrastination. As a result this is making me feel bad, because when I see others out there who seem to have grasped the knowledge, it makes me feel like I'm stupid, and if I'm not grasping the logic now, how am I supposed to grasp it in the future?
I've jumped from language to language. From C# to Java, and although I'm beginning to feel more comfortable with Java, there is still elements that trigger me to procrastinate, and I just can't seem to understand some things. While learning programming as a beginner, (I only know HTML & CSS) did anyone else experience a hard time while learning? Is this actually a bad thing, or is it good to have a hard experience while learning? Any advice would be much appreciated.
Please don't hate on my thread - I only joined the forums, because I want to obtain honest advice from those with experience.
Edited by Jaxter, 28 May 2014 - 06:34 PM.