Obsessive-compulsive personality disorder (OCPD) may cause people to be excessively preoccupied with orderliness, control and perfection. The disorder can also cause significant problems in a person’s work and home life, making it difficult for them to work with others and adjust to changing circumstances. To cope with these issues, some people may turn to drugs or alcohol, but substance abuse usually worsens symptoms.

Assessing Your Risk of Obsessive-Compulsive Personality Disorder

If you think you have OCPD, you’re not alone. To get an idea of whether your thoughts and feelings are indicative of this condition, you can take an obsessive-compulsive personality disorder self-assessment. A quiz is not an official diagnosis, though, and only a medical professional can diagnose you accurately. Self-assessments are designed to help you understand your symptoms so that you can get help if necessary.