"The summer can for some people increase the anxiety associated with body image concerns because your body is more exposed," said Dr. Katharine Phillips, director of the Body Dysmorphic Disorder Program at Rhode Island Hospital, and professor of psychiatry at Brown University.
Some of her male patients with body image concerns even get blue about the extra hours of daylight summer brings, Phillips told CBS News. "They really don't like their body to be seen."
I suspect that rather than abs or biceps, these men could use a pair of balls.
What kind of problem-free life do you have to think getting a beach body is your major malfunction?
I'm sorry, but I have little patience with this sort of thing.
Tip to Instapundit.