An automatic lets you concentrate on the road, not the gears
If you're struggling to learn to drive, you could try switching to an automatic. An automatic car is much easier to start, stop, and steer. It has just two pedals (accelerator and brake) and far fewer headaches for the novice driver.
The big advantage of an automatic is that there's no clutch pedal. That means you won't have to worry about stalling, crashing your gears, or finding the bite point. You can concentrate on the road while your car's automatic gearbox sorts out the gear changes for you.