@bulgebattler Not sure if you are much of an information seeker, but if you are, research Leptin. It is our satiety hormone, telling our brain that we have enough fuel in our body. Most people equate being hungry to our stomach telling us it's time to eat. From what I can tell, that's not true. The issue that many people have is that they lose their leptin sensitivity. Just like insulin, there are ways to improve leptin sensitivity. If you have time and interest, there are a number of great YouTube videos on the subject.
Over the past year or so, I have completely changed what I eat and how I eat. I don't eat any added sugars or refined grains, essentially no processed food. I eat 2-3 meals/day and don't snack. The result has been that I'm never hungry, never full, HbA1c at 4.6, and I have never felt better. I never new such a world could exist. What I do won't work for everyone. We're all at various stages of aging with various conditions. But I can guarantee that eliminating sugar and refined carbs won't hurt anyone and can only help.
An idea for you to give leptin a chance to get to your brain is to eat slower. I've always been a fast eater, but not any more, and it's not really due to a concerted effort. Instead, the food I eat simply takes a long time to eat. Maybe sprinkle in 3-4 sticks of celrery or some fresh carrots with a meal. Or an apple. Things like that are both healthy and will slow you down, as they take a while to chew. Just a thought.