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8. You have no "me" time -- Summer can do a major number on any "me" time you may try to pencil in as schedules are shot and commitments pile up. Use some vacation days just for yourself, or share child care or chauffering responsibilities with other parents to get your daily workout in. It's preventive mental health care.
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7. You're trying to be Superman at work -- Summer is the time of vacations, and you can find yourself super stressed if you're trying to fill in for co-workers at the lake for the week. Don't just pick up the slack, get out of the office yourself. Take your turn. Research shows people who take vacations are healthier, both physically and mentally.
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6. You have Facebook envy -- Everyone thinks everyone else on Facebook has a better house, a better marriage, a better everything. And the same goes for a better summer. Take off those rose-colored glasses, experts say, and use Facebook to inspire you, not make you feel bad about yourself. Facebook is everyone's best version of themselves.
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4. You have the body-image blues -- If you're already uncomfortable with your body, warm weather and its skimpier fashions can send you running for cover and trigger depression in some. But instead of feeling bad about yourself, find summer clothes that flatter the best parts of your body and camouflage the parts you don't like.