Recently I graduated with a degree in physics but have always had a particularly hard time solving problems involving complex geometry and trig. I know the formula and how to solve for basic angles but a lot of the issues I have involve using the more geometric problem solving aspects in order to get to a point where I can find the angles involved. I also have a hard time picturing such systems in my head in order to think about how to go.
I have recently checked out Elementary and advanced trigonometry by Miller and Walsh, which did not seem to tackle the problems I am having with the subject, and Advanced Trigonometry by Durell and Robson which I did not like the writing style.
I was wondering if anyone has any recommended readings for someone in my position, particularly any focused the problem of finding angles, lengths, and other geometric aspects rather then focused on the mathematical theories.