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Simply looking at the balance between distress and well-being is somewhat misleading. A person might have a relatively favorable balance, but be low in both well-being anddistress. In such a case, the relative absence of well-being is not (yet) generating emotional consequences, but may be worth addressing. Conversely, someone who is high in distress andin well-being may be in emotional turmoil, but handling it quite effectively.