This paper discusses the analysis of the Romance anticausative proposed in Alexiadou et al. (2015) and expands their analysis to inherent reflexive verbs in Romance languages so that a uniform account of both anticausatives and inherent reflexives in Romance languages are provided, further shedding lights on antipassive constructions in non-ergative-absolutive languages. Based on observations on inherent reflexives in Alboiu et al. (2004), we propose a neo-Davidsonian structure for inherent reflexives adapting Alexiadou et al. s (2015) analysis of anticausatives. That is, while in normal transitives the object introducer has the feature set [λx, D], in inherent reflexives the object introducer merely has the feature [D]. In brief, then, we propose that the SE anaphor is introduced in object position and the theme is merged as an adjunct PP. The SE anaphor merely satisfies the need for an element with a D feature in object position but does not receive a theta-role. Under our proposal transitive reflexives, anticausatives, and inherent reflexives in Romance receive a monolithic analysis, bringing us toward a uniform analysis of Romance SE.