I have OCPD
. It's in the same family, but slightly different. I don't have to count things or wash my hands a certain number of times or anything. I do have very strict routines that I follow (for everything - what time I eat, shower, go to bed, how I get ready and in what order I do things, when I exercise, etc.). If they aren't followed exactly, I freak out. If things aren't in their designated spots, I usually explode. I'm a mega perfectionist and have trouble making decisions (I once had to ask my husband if I had trouble making decisions when a form asked the question) because I want to make sure I make the "right" choice. There's some other stuff on that page's checklist I do as well. I don't delegate tasks, I'm inflexible on moral issues, etc.
Like other OCPD folks, I don't really see it as *my* issue. It doesn't really bug me to have routines as they keep my other disorders in check. It's more of an annoyance to other people than it is to me. I like things a certain way. If you can't do things up to that standard or don't like my little routines, well that's *your* issue. Probably a bad way to look at it, but oh well. lol