Is it alright not to attend a mother’s funeral in order to avoid seeing siblings not on good terms with?
I'm not a believer in the funeral goodbye. I think everyone has the right to say goodbye to a loved one in their own way. If its only going to make an already difficult situation more unpleasant, I'd say just make your goodbyes on your own.share
If they feel a fight could break out, I'd say don't show up. Let the woman have her funeral in peace.share
I don't come from a close-knit family. At my dad's funeral, my mom and I left early to beat the rush.share
there was no luncheon?share
The above joke was stolen from George Miller.
IVE SEEN THAT MOVIE...MANY TIMES...YOU WILL FIGHT,AND BICKER AND SLOWLY BOND TOGETHER AND RESOLVE YOUR DIFFERENCES EITHER WITH A LOT OF LAUGHS OR HIGH DRAMA.share
I would say that a funeral should be the one time, that a feud should be forgotten for a day.share
No, you should go. You won't regret it. Trust me.share
I think the answer really depends on how important it is to you to be there. If it is important then go and simply ignore the siblings.share