Well, I was formally diagnosed and drugged up for ADHD and Bipolar when I was in elementary, although it was really, in my opinion, 99% bull**** excuse to sell ritalin. From what i've read, if I had to diagnose myself with anything, it would be asperger's or autism or something along those lines, but I doubt it- i'm basically 'normal', if slightly odd. I wouldn't even really call myself eccentric.
If I had to list my 'disabilities' it would be my very poor sense of, well, scent- I can barely smell anything unless it's right under my nose, or freshly cooked food. This has it's benefits though, as anyone who's travelled through iowa's highways will agree ^^ My short-term memory is also sketchy at times, although that's greatly improved since I stopped taking the above mentioned drugs, and isn't really noticible anymore(compare to 5 years ago, when I would sometimes walk right out the front door in the morning, and not only forget to lock it, but forget to even close it, right after I had been reminded!) My memory of anything that wasn't fairly major more than about two or three years ago is practically nonexistant, although I remember things I'd learned then, so it doesn't really matter. The only thing
i'd REALLY call a disability however would be my weight- obesity is depressingly restricting. Having a hard time moving your own weight or fitting into your own clothes is awful.