What you DONT LIKE MATH? CRUCIFY HIM. But nah, everyone has different times at which they begin to appreciate math, if that time comes at all. It took me till sophmore year of college to find an interest, It was my first proof class, before that class for my entire life i did math mechanically, memorized processes, and pretty much had no understanding/no appreciation (since math builds on each other till a certain point in college, if your didn't pay attention in say that algebra class, you were pretty much lost for a number of years).It was as if before this proof class, i thought of math as word of god (it just comes from somewhere) and i had no freedom to explore, and after this class, i began look at math as approachable by anyone with logic and reason, once my mindset changed i started enjoying math much more because i found freedom to rediscover it.

Long story short, you only enjoy activities where your attitude towards the activity is one of freedom and exploration, and you cant excel or engage without this mindset.