I think forcing yourself to write down everything you eat is key. You'll see it in black and white. Is this the direction you truly want to go? What is the food representing that you truly need, emotionally? What psychologically is going on? Can you journal about it, make a post, or talk to a friend?
PLease forgive yourself. In my experience If I don't, I am right back to bingeing--usually with an avengance. It is usually a caloric disater, and I am abusing my body. My poor body pays the price for my unconscious ignorance. Everyone who is a true binger realizes it truly is not worth it.
Make yourself a list of activities that you can turn to when these feelings hit. They will for all of us. Refer to it often. There are hundreds of activities to chose from instead of overeating and bingeing. When you think about it, what a boring activity it is...truly.
The good news is we have the very next minute to jump back on the horse and getting back on track. You have worked too darn hard to go back where you came from. You've made great strides to becoming healthier. Look on the internet for the consequences of bingeing and what it truly does to our health. That is frightening.
Congrats on your weight loss. That is outstanding. We are here for you. Good luck.