I find myself noticing that except for love, all of these things (forgiveness, patience, and generosity) are things that are given from someone in a superior position to someone in an inferior position - at least in that moment. And they're things that the inferior takes from the superior, draining that superior. I'm not seeing words like "companionship", that suggest a mutually giving relationship between equals.
OCPDer have not this feeling of generosity, that´s an attribute of a narcissistic personality disorder. That´s one of the great contrast to this if OCPDer are very hard and critical against the own characteristic and doing, are never contented with oneself. You can read this in the specialist literature.
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Individuals with either OCPD (Obsessive-Compulsive Personality Disorder) or NPD (Narcissistic Personality Disorder) are obsessed with perfection. However, people with NPD think they have achieved it; those with OCPD are quite self-critical and are struggling to reach perfection. Individuals with NPD, APD (antisocial personality disorder), or OCPD are often quite miserly with others. However, people with NPD and APD are highly self-indulgent. Those with OCPD are miserly with both themselves and others [DSM-IV, 1994, p. 672]). Individuals with either NPD or OCPD are hostile and have an inordinate need for interpersonal control; they are both competitive and have a driven lifestyle. However, people with OCPD appear to have an intact capacity for dedication and loyalty -- those with NPD apparently do not [Pollak, Livesley, editor, 1995, p. 279].
Akhtar & Thomson, 1982 wrote:
The obsessional seeks perfection; the narcissist claims it. The value systems of these two personality types differ as well: the person with OCPD has deeply held, rigid but genuine moral and sociopolitical beliefs. In contrast, the person with NPD might espouse such deeply held values but actually lacks any true commitment to them.
It´s not easy to be different and so the wish for a companionship. Different is not better, only others.