Supernaturally: the resurectee suffers Merlins Disease
and will, at the moment of their "unbirth", cease to exist as a soul.
The person is completely fine, but is akin to a living ghost, they can never change personality wise and may have trouble forming long term memories.
The normal Equivalent Exchange
exacts no punishment. In fact, it starts being excessively generous and makes the resurectee and resurecters immortal with all the good and bad that brings.
True resurrection is impopssible, instead you get something closer to reincarnation with blank slate in an old body.
Non-supernatural: Like has been said, an incredible fear of death can result, since the resurectee knows with horrifying certainty they WILL die again and it will be a repeat. Inversely, it causes an amazing apreciation of life that leads to a radical personality change as the resurectee becomes akin to an ‹bermensch
or The Unfettered
and discards petty "mortal" morality.