zacharyZEALOUSY saidi have a very flat chest, for lack of a better way to say it, i do push ups and military presses every other day, and have for quite some times, i do them slowly. I am not seeing any results.... does anyone have any tips?
Are you sure that you mean military presses? That's a shoulder exercise.
Anyway, as others have said, you need to add more exercises. Personally, I recommend dumbbell presses of various kinds (flat bench, incline, decline), though I know there are those who feel that flat bench isn't especially helpful. Also, flat bench and incline flyes.
Dumbbell presses require more control on your part than barbell or smith machine (or any other kind of machine) presses, which is part of what's good about them. Having said all that, it might be a good idea to start with a barbell or machine press for a while until you develop more strength in terms of lifting weights for pec exercises.
Also, with dumbbell presses, you have to figure out how best to pick up the dumbbells without hurting your back (though chances are that at first you won't be using such heavy weights that this will be much of an issue). In addtion, you should learn the best way to put them back on the floor when you finish a set rather than just dropping them. (That's something I've only learned how to do properly recently after many, many, many years of working out. Or at least it's only recently that I've made myself to do it properly.) So they are a bit more complicated than barbell or Smith machine presses.
A good thing about dumbbell presses as opposed to barbell presses is that you don't have to worry so much if you can't complete a rep. It makes it easier for you to feel safe when going to failure. I think that people who don't have a spotter tend to understandably feel a little fearful about really going to failure with barbell presses.
One last thing: as you add more exercises, you're not going to want to do these every other day. You'll need more time for recovery between pec days.