Year: 1971 Source: American Journal of Psychotherapy, v.25, (January 1971), p.4-17 SIEC No: 19840437

This article states that one of our basic assumptions is that death is best understood as a complex event with dual aspects: intrapersonal & interpersonal. The author explores ideas relating to the interpersonal aspects of death, particularly the dyadic view of death & the implications of these ideas in the approach to the suicidal person.