There is a ton of C++ info on the web (of varying quality, of course) but sometimes I think, when trying to learn something new, getting offline and looking at a physical book improves my focus.
I've read many C++ books over the years, but the one that finally made everything click, at least for me, when I was first learning C++, was "C++ How to Program" by Deitel and Deitel. The copy I have is 20 years old (yes, I'm old :) ) but I suspect the newer editions (http://www.amazon.com/C-How-Program-8th-Edition/dp/013266236...) have similar approachability.
Good luck to you and, as others have suggested, do not panic. Though it seems like a massive deal to you right now, rest assured your perspective will change down the road.
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