Dancer, at least now it is out in the open , no more hiding hey.
I used to do that too and then feel guilty about it. Your husband must really care about you to get so upset.out of fear comes anger. My sister pulled one of those trips on me at my biggest weight, and we had an all out fight, she even blamed my flatmate for letting me overeat and not trying to stop me. While this is irrational, and only I, am responsible for what goes into my mouth, she did it out of fear and love for me.
It was a bit of a wake up call for me and now I am nearly 40kg lighter.
It is great you are seeing a counsellor, you have admitted the problem and now you are on your way to recovery.
Just remember, Rome wasnt built in a day. You are going to the counsellor to get the lifestyle tools to make better decisions and slip ups are just learning tools to help us make better choices next time..
Maybe write down how you are feeling when you eat those less desirable foods so next time when you recognise those feelings you can have another plan of action instead of bad eating.
Like calling a friend ,talking to your husband ,or exercise. Excercise is a good one as it releases endorphins similar to those that we get when we eat high fat/sugar foods.
once you have learnt to replace the old behaviour with a new more positive one, your husband will be so proud of you and so will you be. Just remember we are all humans and noone is perfect, we are all here to support you and you can vent anytime you want and need too..