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Under par

The Very Rev Dr John Chalmers reflects on the importance of good mental health.

WHEN I’m under par these days it is not because I’ve had a good day on the golf course. In fact, as an expression of speech, what most people understand as being under par is how golfers feel when they are over par! In health terms being under par is that feeling or state of mind which describes our physical or mental health when we don’t feel quite up to scratch – and there it is again – another play on a golfing term which doesn’t quite convey the same meaning in a different context.

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