Likely Causes of Emotional Difficulties among Missionaries

Some of the factors that increase the likelihood of emotional difficulties among missionaries may be divided into two broad categories, internal and external factors. Internal factors are often things that make up the individual's personality; external factors are things in the environment. The latter are often given as the causes for the missionary's seeking psychiatric help. As a rule, they are more appropriately called the precipitating factors.

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