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It's all about balance! (Right — as I pen this note to you, I'm well beyond a solid day's work.)*

Recognizing the signs of life's stresses takes strength and courage. As one of our WebMD medical editors told me when I inquired about this issue's story on bipolar disorder, "You feel so good when you are up, you cannot imagine seeking treatment. And yet when you are down and out, you cannot summon the strength to find a physician to help you." How do those with this condition cope? Find out here.

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Finding health and wellness in our lives, striking a balance between obligation and enjoyment, persevering through adversity — this is the tapestry of living. We hope that your journey this summer finds you and your family in good health. Always know that we at WebMD the Magazine and are rooting that your journey feels easier when it's rough going, and even more joy-filled when it's smooth.

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