Teresa Giudice Reacts To Melissa Gorga's Negative Blogging

Teresa Giudice, the 41-year-old "Real Housewives Of New Jersey" star, recently made up with her sister-in-law Melissa Gorga on television, but is speaking out against the latter for speaking badly about her in blogs after their reconciliation.

Gorga, 34, has been feuding with her sister-in-law Teresa Giudice since joining the show in its third season. In the most recent season five episode, Gorga and Giudice attended therapy to mend their issues.

However, Giudice spoke out against Gorga speaking negatively about her sister-in-law on a Bravo TV blog.

"We did end the season in a really good place, so I was very surprised when Melissa's first blog came out and bashed me. Even though we were watching an old place we'd been in, I wanted to keep the peace going in our blogs," Giudice wrote in her Bravo TV blog. "Instead of retaliating or getting into a place of tit-for-tat, I called Melissa immediately. I told her I was confused and upset by her blog since we were in a better place. She told me to 'get over it.'"

While Giudice said she wanted to remain on good terms with Gorga, reading negative things about her marriage upset her.

"I suggested we both keep our blogs positive, but she said she was going write about how she felt at the time, and that I could do whatever I wanted," Giudice wrote. "I chose to stay positive until the marriage comment. I finally broke down, and I'm sorry for that. I wish she had warned me ahead of time, apologized after the fact, or taken the time to step into my shoes and see why it might upset me."

Giudice explained to Bravo TV show host Andy Cohen how she felt watching an episode with Gorga speaking badly about her and blogging negative things.

"It was rough, especially the last episode haring what they're saying about me. Come on that's sad I never said anything about her music," Giudice told Cohen on "Watch What Happens Live." "You asked me a question about the lip-synching and I answered you. I never ripped on her. I never did."