Damn! You have had a rough life.
Nah, I've recovered well enough that I am the only one that still notices it When I used to have a sticky memory, heard things once, and remembered it. I now need to go through stuff 3-4 times to remember it. The fine motorics in my right arm have never been an issue, never been handy or an artist in my life. I would've liked to learn guitar and piano, but hey, you cannot have it all. And the speaking thing is also only noticeable for myself, as my main language works fine as I speak it every day, and people just put my English down to not being a native English speaker, even though it frustrates me.
After all I have a job, a better half, a home, both my parents, all my uncles, aunts, cousins etc. alive. It's not been a rough life. I should've worn a helmet when biking, but that wasn't "cool".
I've felt the nervousness of sitting in a kart 7 months after the accident, thinking "ok, the doctors adviced me not to... I haven't done any physical training for 7 months. Can I do this?" and succeded. I've had the enormous happiness from overcoming it, and getting a 2nd place just a year after it happened. I cannot, and will not complain. I've had, and I have a great life!
Enough about me though!
It's not something I talk a lot about really, it's all a bit "oooh, feel a bit sorry for me", when in reality it's not. I had great experiences in racing, I still do some racing when I have the chance (did a 6hr race a month ago), but as #77 was my breakthrough number, I felt #86 needed some explanation, not just "another number I had at least 1 podium with".