Brandi Redmond realized that she wanted to give Stephanie Hollman a second chance after realizing that their feud may have been due to a misunderstanding. Stephanie claimed she had no idea why they weren't talking and she wanted Brandi to share her side of the story. The two had an emotional sit-down during this season of "The Real Housewives of Dallas," where Brandi expressed her disappointment in the things that Stephanie was saying about her marriage to the media. Even though these two have made peace, the cast is still divided. Stephanie, Brandi and Cary Deuber appear to be on one side, while D'Andra Simmons, Kameron Westcott and Leeanne Locken are on the other side.

According to a new Bravo report, Brandi Redmond is now revealing that she doesn't appreciate the way some of her co-stars are mocking the way she looks. It's one thing to create drama over things that are said and perceptions that people have, but they can't do anything about physical looks. As Brandi points out, she would never want her children to act the way some of her co-stars are doing.

Physical looks

Brandi Redmond learned about the comments that were made about her look while watching Monday's episode of "The Real Housewives of Dallas." Her co-stars can't find anything negative to say about her, so they decided to go after her physical looks. It seems like a petty move and it makes them look very immature.

"I do apologize if the ladies feel that I'm distant. I've actually never been told or thought of this way. Which also brings me to speaking about someone's physical features, I try to be a good parent and teach my children to never speak about someone's God given features," Brandi Redmond explains in her Bravo blog.

Why the bullying?

Many of these women have children and they raise their kids not to bully others. But going after someone's looks is the wrong thing to do. In her blog, Brandi explains that she teaches her daughters to love who they are and how they look. So why are these ladies bullying each other based on their looks? It sounds like it's just an easy way to really hurt someone to make themselves feel better.

Viewers can see right through it and it merely makes LeeAnne and the other ladies look immature.

What do you think of Brandi Redmond's comments about her co-stars mocking her look? Do you think it makes LeeAnne Locken and the other ladies look insecure about themselves, as they have to go so low?