Year: 1985 Source: Belle Mead, N.J.: Carrier Foundation, 1985. 1 sound cassette (60 min.) SIEC No: 19860215

Dr. Cain claims that incomplete, insufficient & inadequate mourning is seen far more frequently in persons bereaved by suicide than in ‘normal’ bereavement. He further states that every study suggests such survivors are at higher risk for attempted or completed suicde, & recommends procedures for early intervention. Also included in his discussion is an analysis of eleven comon verbal reactions to suicide. The effects telling (or not telling) children about a parent’s suicide are examined.