Same but my problem is that no matter how much I eat I can't gain weight
Try to eat food with less sugar and fat. Start to exercise minimal 30 minutes a day 3 for 4 times a week. Drink a lot water, and try to be happy
to give you tips, one must know what is causing this overeating.. there is usually a psychological component to an eating disorder.. counseling or therapy with a professional may help. also working with a nutritionist to monitor your eating and come up with a healthy meal plan..
This sounds like an eating disorder. You gotta heal your mind before you can heal your body
"The man who says he can and the man who says he cannot... are both correct."<br />
~ Confucius <br />
Self discipline and will power does not come easy but it isn't impossible either. You have to believe you can, that's the first step. Train your mind to be in control. Your body responds to what you decide to do. It's a simple equation: Burn more calories than you bring in. Drink lots of water so you feel more full off of less food.
I was once given the acronym H-A-L-T. Ask yourself, are you Hungry, Angry, Lonely, or Tense?? (All those can be reasons for eating. Address the real need.) Good luck.