I think that shows where the problem is. You have to think about game development differently. It isn’t a passive learning thing at all, you have to actively seek it out. If you watch a youtube tutorial on programming, the one thing you SHOULD be thinking about is looking for additional material. Reading a book, asking a friend, taking a class etc. It isn’t a thing you can learn in the abstract either, you have to go out and try things, not be put off by them breaking etc.
I’ve taught game dev for the last decade or so to undergrads and the one thing that sets the successes apart from the failures is the ability for them to self motivate in their learning. What anyone who instructs is trying to do, is to guide you towards your own learning path, not spoon feed you exactly what you want to know. I encourage you to go beyond just unreal engine knowledge and learn about game development and programming for other engines (and even beyond games). The videos that Epic produces are actually pretty good for people who are their core audience for this toolset (i.e. the kinds of people who might be using Unity already). What they do in those videos is take a reasonably easily understood concept, like turning on a light, and then explain how to achieve that specifically using the tools in Unreal. They imply that you know 1) what a light in a game tends to offer 2) That there is a typical way of doing things to objects in a game 3) That you understand core concepts like variables and events.
My point being that if you find the material not good for you right now, then you need to supplement it with other material. As you can probably tell by the other answers to this thread, most people don’t have a problem with the material, so it suggests that you need to learn more and then come back to it. But never give up that idea that you can go out and learn more and come back. Don’t ever stop learning, or seeking new ways to learn, because that is the difference between a guy who works at Epic and one who doesn’t. You can be **** sure that each and every one of the guys doing the tutorials had the same kind of issues as you are having, but had the tenacity to overcome any problems.
Sorry, turned out to be a bit of a rant, but I see it in my own students sometimes, the idea that someone should spoon feed knowledge to you.