I really don't like reading math books, they bore the heck out of me and it's all arbitrary abstract writing. Beyond Geometry, it gets pretty useless to learn the rest unless you desire to become a accountant, CFO, banker, mathematician, engineer, architect, or any profession that deals with super technical practices. However, I know that I do need knowledge in math to do many things in life, especially budgeting my bank account and expenditures, so I do try to expand upon my limited math knowledge even after my short-stint in college. Also, I don't like reading medical books, because they have some of the most contracted words in the whole dictionary, which I opinion they do it on purpose to save time but to use as a "term of art" to make them appear more intelligent - I'm not dissing on medical people, I'm expressing my dislike of long words that confuse the heck out of most people who aren't learned of such words. But, I do respect learning stuff from medical books because it has helped my aid in my health problems and others with their health problems too.