Based on his personal observations and on analysis of the typical lengths of postcard and Telex messages, Hillebrand argued that 160 characters was sufficient to express most messages succinctly.
He did the opposite (more on that below).“I know where she’s coming from.“For me, I see the most intimacy is with people facing death. In January last year, Nathan and Yolanda made it official and got hitched.“It just gives me a lot of confidence in our relationship.So the relationships that the partners have is extraordinary. It was really humbling that he chose to go through this really hard thing with me,” Yolanda says. To have someone to wake up with, to have someone to share wonderful days with, it really helps give you energy to continue through chemo.”“Initially they said [I had] a couple of months [to live].But in my mind I was never going to leave,” Nathan says.
Nathan and Yolanda’s story is a pretty rare one, according to clinical counsellor and psychotherapist Lea Rose.“It’s quite unusual for yolanda and Nathan at this age to stay together.They understood each other, when they were hospitalised there was a lot of empathy, connection, both knew they had the same sort of life expectancy and they would make that journey together.