Well. Sometimes it seems to me that usually the time to admit a person needs help, comes before that person is maybe ready to actually admit it. So I think since you've recognized that this is a problem and you can't handle it on your own..... it's time for some help.
Ideally, professional help from someone specifically trained in eating disorders would be it. You could go see your regular doctor and enlist their help with figuring out what y'all's insurance covers. Many times, the doctor's office person/s who handle the insurance stuff and referrals etc, are already familiar with how, say, Cigna handles referrals to psychologists or whatever.
That still might not help you out with keeping this from your husband, as you'd be needing to go to appointments and there might be co-pays etc so he'd wonder what the money was used for. I don't know if it's a good idea to try to keep this from him. He *might* be supportive and helpful to you?
As a last resort before telling your husband, I reckon would be finding an online support group. I haven't looked, but I'll bet there are Spark Teams for binge eaters. And I'm sure there is OA info, and other binge eating groups, online as well. You *could* try one of those options for say, a month. And if that doesn't work, then tell your husband and go after some professional help.
Ruth in Cookeville, TN Central Time Zone
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