Should I go to her funeral?

Throughout high school, I was close friends with 3 other girls, and we continued to be friends after high school. I'm now 24 years old. A couple of months ago, I made the decision to go my separate way because I feel like we have little to nothing in common anymore. I tried to be diplomatic and polite about it, I never wanted to offend anyone. They all ended up unfriending me on Facebook.
Last night, one of these girls died in a tragic car accident. One of the other girls was very blunt about not wanting me around, and the other one will hardly say a word to me. I find this especially difficult because the girl who passed away texted me a couple days ago and seemed to be on good terms with me. I'm not even going to attempt to bother her family, they are going through too much right now. I want to pay my respects, but I don't want to upset anyone at the funeral. I donated a large amount of money to their family already, but the money doesn't mean anything to me, it was only to help with expenses.
I'm heartbroken and I don't know what to do.
Asked Mar 16, 2014
In my opinion, I think you SHOULD go because she was your friend for a very long time and she still was even when you went your separate way. If the funeral is today you should dress your self in black and go.
Answered Mar 16, 2014
^ this is good advice
i agree
U should go because:
1. You need to pay respects
2. Tell her parents that you miss her. It'll make them probably like you.
3. It'll be the last time you'll see her.
YOU Also shouldn't because:
1. You probably will feel uncomfortable with the other girls.
Answered Mar 23, 2014
Yes, you should go. The way her friends acted was not how she acted. Considering you had been her friend for a long time, it would be nice yo pay your respects so you can see her once more.
Answered Mar 23, 2014
dont worry about what the others think. what matters is that your paying your respects to the girl you had good times with and bad times with. go to the funeral to see her for one last time. if you dont, ayou may regret it in the long run
Answered Mar 23, 2014

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