I used to have anxiety in these areas and so couldn't think very well because of that; but when I could do math well I enjoyed it. The same thing happened with chemistry in college; I liked learning about it but was insecure and stressed about my ability to do it and so couldn't really think clearly. When I studied it over the summer in preparation to retake it in the fall though, and the pressure was off, I really enjoyed it and did pretty well in the class. And I find that I can do math if I take a "top down" approach, learning the theory and application first and then the details. So in high school I would either excel at math or have trouble with it depending on whether I could see it (geometry and trig) or whether it was just algebra, and I found college calculus to be really easy. If I know how to do it I love it and it's beautiful. I like applying concepts I've learned about chemistry to all areas of life and use them in philosophy.
That said my major is philosophy with a Japanese minor, and I love art and music.