LDS Missionaries Developing Strategies to Cope with Stress

Zach Bullock never opened the dark gray suitcase when he returned home early from his LDS mission to Italy in 2008.

Instead, he stashed the medium-size piece of luggage, "Italia" tag still taped around the handle, at the foot of his boyhood bed in Springville. Then he got a job working Sundays so he could avoid church meetings, where he felt uncomfortable after serving seven months of a two-year mission call.

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