By no means do I have the mathematical background to understand most of the math used in elementary particle physics.
My current knowledge is of all the elementary particles and how they interact and build upon each other to build the macroscopic world.
Will I be able to continue forward and understand more in particle physics or should I stop now and start learning probability theory and whatever else I might need?
Is there a place where I can start to learn the maths? Is there a place where I can learn all the maths but on a novice level?
The coolest thing I have seen/understood is how the electromagnetic force works: Photons bounce back and fourth between particles in atoms creating the force field. So the thing that keeps my hand from going through the keys as I type is the electromagnetic force, specifically photons (please correct me if I am wrong about any of this).