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Christopher LeeFront End Web Development Techdegree Student 11,698 Points
Piotr ManczakFront End Web Development Techdegree Graduate 25,171 Points
Yes. I exactly felt this way. However I kept repeating those lessons over and over again. It helps. I am not a JS wizard by any stretch, as I am more of a weekend keyboard warrior. However if you persist it will pay off. Don't give up!
Armin Kadic16,240 Points
Christopher Lee don't worry, this is perfectly normal! Sometimes you just need a little rest... if you're on it for too long, it stops making sense. Usually after I get some sleep, my brain starts working properly again. As Piotr Manczak said, you can try and repeat the lesson, however even that might not always work if you're really tired. Taking a break is crucial for every developer! Coffee helps, so does meditation (if you're into that). Whatever you do, just don't quit! Because once you figure it out, it will all become easier and make more sense :)