Tanmoy Goswami

Tanmoy Goswami

Founding editor, Sanity by Tanmoy

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The baddest father in the world

There were no bad fathers. Now, we all are.

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An apology for joy

You are allowed to laugh.

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Ambition, dangerous darling

A personal and cultural history of a complex word.

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🗝️ Sanity Classics: Stop 'investing' in mental health

Humans aren't stocks.

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Why you (must not) make predictions about the world

Prepare, don't predict.

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Your mother tongue is therapy

On preserving the taste of your mother language on your tongue.

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Guilt v shame

Few other emotions are as inseparably fused with what it means to be human.

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Lived experience is hot. But what does it really mean?

11 FAQs on the hottest mental health term of our time.

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Explained: Is the overuse of mental health terms driving us to cultural collapse?

A helpful lens to look at the big fight over wrong use of words like trauma and depression.

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Depression, eat tteokbokki

New series: Books to read in 2024. Today: Baek Sehee's 'I Want to Die but I Want to Eat Tteokbokki'.

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School of Sanity is LIVE!

Join my new learning space on mental health X work X culture X money X technology.

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OCD is so much more than handwashing or tidying. As a historian with the disorder, here’s what I’ve learned.

While compulsive behaviour such as handwashing and checking is widely perceived as “representative” of OCD, the tormenting experience of having obsessional thoughts is still rarely acknowledged and discussed.