Year: 1987 Source: Hospital & Community Psychiatry, v.38, no.2, (February 1987), p,202 SIEC No: 19880372

Article is a response to comments made by F.E. Crumley regarding the stress-response syndrome (SRS) applied to the complex picture of adolescent suicide attempters. Focus is on the importance of helping the adolescent to work through the denial phase and deal with the symptoms of SRS.