Sun. Dec 15th, 2019

Kamryn Henderson, 9, is in third grade. He’s been bullied at school and on social media. Out of fear for his safety, he has had to change schools.To help cope with the pain of being bullied, he wrote a song called “Look Within Yourself.”Kamryn said it hasn’t been easy, but putting his feelings into song is helping him heal.”If I cried, then I would get bullied more,” he said. “And I wrote the song and all of a sudden, I felt better about myself.”He said he has also watched his sister being teased, so the song is for her and anyone out there who has faced it. Kamryn’s mother said the words made her cry, bringing back memories of all the hurtful moments. She said she is proud he is rising above it.”When you listen to the song, you can hear that confidence. You can hear that he’s happy with who he is. And he’s kind of saying to the world, ‘This is me,'” said Chloe Cooper, Kamryn’s mother.Kamryn said the turning point came after someone called him trash.”Then I looked at my phone again and I’m like, ‘I’m not trash.’ Like, ‘That’s not true. That’s not true at all,'” he said.He said that inspired his message.”You’re beautiful and special if no one ever tells you. You don’t have to change a thing for someone else. Just look within yourself. Just look within yourself,” Kamryn sang.Kamryn said he hopes to one day be on Broadway. He said he believes all the bullies will one day regret the way they treated him.

BLUE SPRINGS, Mo. —

Kamryn Henderson, 9, is in third grade. He’s been bullied at school and on social media. Out of fear for his safety, he has had to change schools.

To help cope with the pain of being bullied, he wrote a song called “Look Within Yourself.”

Kamryn said it hasn’t been easy, but putting his feelings into song is helping him heal.

“If I cried, then I would get bullied more,” he said. “And I wrote the song and all of a sudden, I felt better about myself.”

He said he has also watched his sister being teased, so the song is for her and anyone out there who has faced it.

Kamryn’s mother said the words made her cry, bringing back memories of all the hurtful moments. She said she is proud he is rising above it.

“When you listen to the song, you can hear that confidence. You can hear that he’s happy with who he is. And he’s kind of saying to the world, ‘This is me,'” said Chloe Cooper, Kamryn’s mother.

Kamryn said the turning point came after someone called him trash.

“Then I looked at my phone again and I’m like, ‘I’m not trash.’ Like, ‘That’s not true. That’s not true at all,'” he said.

He said that inspired his message.

“You’re beautiful and special if no one ever tells you. You don’t have to change a thing for someone else. Just look within yourself. Just look within yourself,” Kamryn sang.

Kamryn said he hopes to one day be on

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