By Roni Caryn Rabin

September 11, 2017

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The last dinner Wendy Dolin had with her husband, Stewart, he was so

agitated that he was jiggling his leg under the table and could barely sit

still. He had recently started a new antidepressant but still felt very

anxious. "I don't get it, Wen," he said.


The next day, Mr. Dolin, a 57-year-old Chicago lawyer, paced up and down a

train platform for several minutes and then threw himself in front of an

oncoming train.