Year: 1992 Source: Surviving Suicide, v.4, no.2, (Summer 1992), p.1,5 SIEC No: 19920259

McIntosh discusses the aspect of guilt in suicide bereavement. He questions the early research which was done on this issue, arguing that it almost never included comparison groups of people bereaved due to deaths other than suicide. Even though newer research is now starting to include comparison groups, McIntosh does not feel the issue is resolved. He calls for more research which reflects the complexity of the guilt experience among the bereaved. (5 refs.)