Obsessive-Compulsive Personality Disorder?
Is characterized by perfectionism, preoccupation with orderliness and considerable effort to control self and others, resulting in reducing flexibiity, openness and efficiency. This is more common in males. Common symptoms include the following: preoccipation with rules, details, list, inability to let go of worthless or worn-out item, and reluctance to delegate or work with others. Medications are not indicated unless the individual is also suffering from an Axis I disorder. Individuals with OCPD will seek treatment when life has become overwhelming to their existing coping skills. Individuals are often not in touch with their feeling states as much as their thoughts.