I can’t help doing

I can’t help + (verb-ing)

If you say that you can’t help doing something, you mean that you can’t stop yourself from doing it. To refer to the past tense, use ‘couldn’t help’.

  •  I can’t help worrying about her.
  •  I can’t help thinking about her.
  •  I can’t help loving you.
  •  I couldn’t help breaking the vase.
  •  I couldn’t help eating those cookies.
  •  She couldn’t help laughing.
  •  I can’t help working all the time.
  •  I can’t help remembering the things he did to me.
  •  I can’t help eating so much.

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