Balanced

DICTIONARY BALANCED
balanced
ˈbalənst/
adjective
adjective: balanced

keeping or showing a balance; in good proportions.

“she assembled a balanced team”

 

taking everything into account; fairly judged or presented.
“accurate and balanced information”

fair, equitable, just, unbiased, unprejudiced, objective, impartial, dispassionate, in proportion, that takes everything into account

“a balanced view of the issues involved”
 
(of a person or state of mind) having no emotion too strong or too weak; stable.
“a balanced personality”

 

level-headed, well balanced, well adjusted, sensible, practical, realistic, with one’s/both feet on the ground, prudent, circumspect, pragmatic, wise, reasonable, rational, mature, stable, sane, even-tempered, commonsensical, full of common sense, judicious, sound, sober, businesslike, reliable, dependable;More

calm, cool, collected, composed, cool, calm, and collected, serene, relaxed, at ease, confident, equable, unworried, unmoved, unemotional, cool-headed, imperturbable;
informaltogether, laid-back, unflappable
“she would come to terms with her predicament as any balanced individual would do”
(of an electric circuit or signal) being symmetrical with respect to a reference point, usually earth

 

antonyms: neurotic, panicky