Learn to know Christ and him crucified. Learn to sing to him, and say, "Lord Jesus, you are my righteousness, I am your sin. You have taken upon yourself what is mine and given me what is yours. You have become what you were not so that I might become what I was not." --Martin Luther
Considering how the LDS church is made up and what is required of these people for their "exhaltation" it is no surprise that so many of them are in need of anti-depressants.
I always have found it ironic though that for a belief system that is so family oriented, for those who are serving in high level positions in the local wards (bishops) or stakes (presidents)...they really have no time to give to their family when all is said and done.
God has really burdened my heart for the mormon people, and thankfully He has used me to lead at least a couple of people out of that "church". God is good!