Cisgender female; old enough to know better but young enough not to give a fuck; monogamous bisexual unicorn; the lucky owner of two beagles; tragically awesome; curly haired; apatheist / aspiring Buddhist; left of left politically; living life to the fullest despite, in spite, and because of chronic mental illness.
Depressed since I was roughly 6 (~1992). Diagnosed at 16 (Jan. 2002) by a GP. Not treated adequately until Jan of 2006, when I was 20. Depression manifests in atypical, chronic, recurrent, severe episodes. Dysthymia when I'm not having a major depressive episode.
Generalized Anxiety since high school (~2000).
PTSD from house fire when I was 18 (Feb 2004). Resolved after roughly six years. Panic attacks and social anxiety followed after that, unresolved.
ADHD not "officially" diagnosed because the symptoms are hard to tell apart from depression, but my psychiatrist believes I probably have it.
Borderline Personality Disorder is undiagnosed due to me not having enough traits. However, 4/9 is enough for me to put it here. (Avoiding abandonment, unstable [romantic] relationships, impulsivity, affective instability.)
Fibromyalgia seems to be the answer to my physical woes. Insomuch as fibromyalgia actually answers any of those questions, I leave as an exercise for the reader.