I've always been a very, very visual thinker (to the point that I suspect I have a mild autism) and basically only visual explanations of math make any sense.
Of course, it is not taught that way in school! I stumbled across this site https://betterexplained.com/ and it basically changed my life. All the math I've ever truly understood was stored in my brain like one of Kalid Azad's articles. I'm now furiously gobbling up anything like it.
If anybody else shares this thinking style, what other resources helped you? I know you always have to sit and "play with" problems yourself, but I'm looking for books, videos, etc to assist this.
Also to clarify, by "higher math" I mean basically anything you'd see in a typical mechanical engineering undergrad series (calc 3, differential equations, linear algebra etc). Geometry is fun, but it's also self explanatory for me. I'm looking for visual explanations of not explicitly visual math.
The "art of problem solving" by Richard Rusczyk and the rest of that textbook series phrase things in a way that helps me make my own visuals/analogies even though there arent many diagrams. Also "proofs without words" by Roger Nelsen was helpful.