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Confessions of a bully: ‘It’s not too late to change,’ former bully switches sides

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BEAUMONT, Calif. – It seems bullying occurs at every school in every town across the country.

However, one boy in California is trying to put an end to teasing and bullying at his elementary school.

Cameron Thompson recently created an anti-bullying club at his school.

In a twist, Cameron used to be a bully.

After his mother learned about Cameron teasing another child at school, she told him to write an apology letter to the boy.

She says she also apologized to the boy’s mother, saying she raised Cameron better than how he behaved.

Afterward, Cameron still felt bad about his actions so he decided to take the apology one step further.

Now, his club is gaining national attention after he created a film titled “Confessions of a Bully.”