RHofOC’s Vicki Gunvalson- Obsessive Compulsive Personality Disorder

My apologies for such a long stretch between postings. I will be getting back to the other versions of the real housewives but I have hit a bit of a wall in my analysis there and was getting a tad frustrated. I wanted to branch out a little and find a bit of a clear-cut yet totally new disorder to delve into. Aha I thought, the women of the OC are ripe for bloganalysis!

This blog is indeed about analyzing the personality disorders displayed by the Real Housewives on the various Bravo TV programs. Once again I must issue the disclaimer that I do have a legitimate psychology degree but I am not a practicing psychologist. These blogs are intended for entertainment purposes only, mostly my entertainment I must confess.

This installment I will be taking a closer look at Vicki Gunvalson, one of The Real Housewives of Orange County. Vicki is defined by her job, she works incessantly, one could say obsessively. She is perfectionistic, judgemental and rigid. I believe she has Obsessive Compulsive Personality Disorder.

Most people think OCPD is about cleanliness and for some people with OCD it is, but for people with OCPD it is not always a cleaning thing. The primary symptoms of OCPD are preoccupation with details, rules, lists, order, organization, and schedules; being very rigid and inflexible in their beliefs; showing perfectionism that interferes with completing a task; excessive focus on being productive with their time; being very conscientious; having inflexible morality, ethics, or values.

Personal and social relationships are often under serious strain because the OCPD individual insists on being in charge and the only one who knows what is right.  Sometimes frustration with other people not doing what the OCPD individual wants spills over into anger, this is disinhibition. People with OCPD, when anxious or excited, may tic, grimace, or make noises, as in Tourette syndrome. They may also do impulsive and unpredictable things, including risk taking. About one in four OCPD individuals may display rigid and stubborn characteristics, a defining criterion.

Vicki will constantly tell you she is working, she has to work or how many responsibilities she has on her plate. She looks down upon the other housewives because she feels they do not work at all, mostly because none of them work in the exact manner she does. Vicki makes it clear that if you do not see work as she does that you will never be successful. At times she hints that indeed you have no worth if you do not think and do exactly as she does.

Work is everything to her, coming before her relationships with friends, her husband Donn and even her children. When her daughter Brianna needed a biopsy for a possible cancer her very first reaction to it was that she had a meeting scheduled that day. I cannot imagine that even occurring to me in that moment personally. In Vicki’s defense she ultimately worked it out and went with Brianna. I will say though if your first inclination is to think of work rather than the well being of your child, clearly you have an issue.

Vicki raises her children with these ideals as well, she rigidly believes they should always do everything exactly right, according to the rules. When Brianna missed one bill Vicki freaked out, making the kids attend a financial seminar. It was complete with lectures about responsibility and doomsday scenarios for any mistakes along the way. She had a point, as she always does, but the manner in which she went about it was completely overboard.

Vicki recently broke up a friendship with Jeana. Most of her issues with her were money based. It seemed to start when Jeana was supporting her ex husband, which Vicki clearly did not approve of. It continued when Jeana rented out a house for Vicki to another friend Frankie. Vicki felt she should be getting more money than the house was worth in rental fees. Jeana reasonably pointed out that the house was in disarray and that Frankie deserved the cheaper rent. The resulting blowups over it led to a significant rift between the women. Clearly the money was worth more than the friendship to Vicki. The straw that broke the camel’s back, as stated in an interview by Vicki, was when Jeana asked for a loan. This was a personal affront to someone like Vicki, who was clearly disgusted by Jeana’s neediness. She seems to feel that there is a fundamental defect in people who cannot behave as she does financially or in regards to work. It is unreasonably rigid.

Vicki also has had a lot of difficulties with other castmates. Whenever someone does something that is not right in Vicki’s mind, she judges. She especially does not like any signs of dependence on a partner. Lynne, Alexis, Tamra and Gretchen have all been called out by Vicki for being too dependent on the men in their lives. Vicki does not seem to be at all dependant on Donn, in fact she goes overboard and barely ever includes the poor man in her life at all. I think any sign of neediness in herself at all makes Vicki completely uncomfortable.

Overall I feel Vicki Gunvalson meets enough of the criteria of Obsessive Compulsive Personality Disorder for my assertion of it as a diagnosis.

Obsessive Compulsive Personality Disorder is a pervasive pattern of preoccupation with orderliness, perfectionism, and mental and interpersonal control, at the expense of flexibility, openness, and efficiency, beginning by early adulthood and present in a variety of contexts, as indicated by four (or more) of the following:
  • Is preoccupied with details, rules, lists, order, organization, or schedules to the extent that the major point of the activity is lost
  • Shows perfectionism that interferes with task completion (e.g., is unable to complete a project because his or her own overly strict standards are not met)
  • Is excessively devoted to work and productivity to the exclusion of leisure activities and friendships (not accounted for by obvious economic necessity)
  • Is overconscientious, scrupulous, and inflexible about matters of morality, ethics, or values (not accounted for by cultural or religious identification)
  • Is unable to discard worn-out or worthless objects even when they have no sentimental value
  • Is reluctant to delegate tasks or to work with others unless they submit to exactly his or her way of doing things
  • Adopts a miserly spending style toward both self and others; money is viewed as something to be hoarded for future catastrophes.
  • Shows rigidity and stubbornness

About angelofdevs

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57 Responses to RHofOC’s Vicki Gunvalson- Obsessive Compulsive Personality Disorder

  1. Kate says:

    This post makes me think I have OCD.

  2. nanaluvsreality says:

    I enjoy reading these for entertainment purposes also. lol Of course I know people in my life who are similiar to these woman so that’s why I enjoy these shows. lol You do an excellent job writing these. Keep up the good work!

  3. angelofdevs says:

    Thanks! I think it is the similar people in my life that drives me a bit to write these. I find these women frustrating at times and it helps to know what motivates them.

  4. sallah says:

    I think Vicky definately has some of these tendencies.. I wonder how much though is the editing on the show making her seem worse than she is though. Since they are distilling down hundreds of hours of taping into an hour each week with only a few minutes of each woman, what may seem to rise to a disorder could be a personality quirk…

    I was thinking while reading the one on Narcissism that most reality stars must have this component to their personality to one extent or another, simply because a person who is low on Narcissim probably wouldnt be attracted to having their every move put on tape (indeed the thought of people taping me would give me the willies)….

    I remember from watching Celebrity Rehab, that Dr Drew said that most celebrities are high on the narcissim scale, and that its not being a celebrity that makes one narcissistic but that narcissistic people are attracted to stardom…

    Since “reality” tv shows are trying to find “characters”, it only makes sense that they are activly seeking out people with various personality disorders. I wonder if truly healthy people (if such an animal even exists) would be interesting tv, or be interested in being on tv, and subject to the judgement of the viewing public…

    • angelofdevs says:

      I do think it takes a bit of narcissism to be in the public eye. Not all narcissism is unhealthy though. I do think to a someone with NPD though, the attention associated with stardom would be a mighty tempting lure.

      • sallah says:

        exactly. Which also makes me wonder if some of these people (Vicky in this case) may not really rise to the level of a disorder (or she could, just for arguments sake) but the amount of tape we actually see could be blowing up OCD tendencies to the level of disorder status..

        What tips say a person who has OCD tendencies into disorder status?

        Personally I think Vicky suffers from a good bit of Pain in the Ass syndrome with a heaping helping of I am better than thou…

        She has said that at one point she was penniless with 2 kids to raise with no help from an ex, and I wonder if fear of being in a place of no money and being dependant doesnt drive her.. Fascinating stuff.. Vicky if she has a disorder, at least has one that helps reward her financially..

  5. rich says:

    What kind of madness makes her say, “Woo Hoo!” all the time?
    All these women are nuts. Why would anyone agree to let cameras document their crazyness for all the world to see? They all use their fifteen minutes of fame to try to launch some product. Gretchen must have had a dozen businesses by now, all gone belly-up, I’m sure. Even with Slade’s help. Hahahaha.
    Do Tamra next, I can’t stand her, and now she finally is tasting a little humble pie. Little Miss Perfect is feeling the effects of Karma, and it ain’t pretty. And don’t get me started on her husband. He had to have sex everyday at lunch or he couldn’t do his job of selling cars, (when he had that job) according to Tamra.

    • karenlee says:

      I think Vicky thinks people are laughing with her when she does that woohoo thing when they’re actually laughing at her. I can just see her mind working and telling her how cool that little ritual is. It’s very uncomfortable to witness.

  6. Lex says:

    YAY! Thanks for taking up the suggestion to write about Vicki. OCPD seems like a perfect diagnosis for her. Up until last season (where she finally behaved lovingly towards Donn) she has been fairly insufferable. I love, love, love how you point out how perfect each woman is for her respective disorder.

    I’m curious- what do you think of Jeana Keough? I think she is slightly codependent, but I’d love to know your diagnosis. Tamra Barney/Simon Barney would be interesting separately (on her own) or as a joint entry.

    And PS- I hope you think about covering Sheree from RHOA. That one has an astounding attitude.

    • Bgrits says:

      Thank you for mentioning Sheree. Even though I took Psych 101 in college that broad is Narcissism to the tenth power. It will take several blog entries to diagnose RHOA characters.

      I wonder if the franchise used a psychologist to pick these women because Sonja Morgan seems to be the only normal one out of a bunch of extremes.

  7. Tobi says:

    I have to admit to a weird preoccupation with the Real Housewives series, mainly because they all seem nuts. I enjoy your blog entries but your analysis of Vicki doesn’t seem complete. I agree that she certainly suffers from OCD but it seems like there is something else also going on. Maybe a personality disorder? She’s hyper-critical of everyone else, yet whenever anyone confronts her, or merely points out her own imperfections, she which quickly loses it and storms off. She seems to be unable to tolerate any sort of criticism. I’ve never taken a psych class so maybe this is an aspect of OCD I don’t know about.

  8. IsabellaG says:

    Hmmm, sounds like a Capricorn to me.

    • Lex says:

      She’s an Aries- and also has a particular fire-sign combination that accounts for her “go-go-go” energy. (I remember this from a past ep where the girls had an astrologer come over to analyze their charts.)

  9. Michelle says:

    i certainly think many of these observations are fair, but i think she’s also very emotionally needy. she doesn’t just get angry when ppl don’t do what she thinks is appropriate, she often takes it as a personal assault and cries over things most ppl wouldn’t think are about them (because they’re often not). she’s fine until she’s not, and then watch out! i think her independence and tendancy toward being opinionated is more a defense mechanism (reaction formation) for her extreme insecurty and weak ego development.

  10. I enjoy reading your take on the personalities that we see featured on TV.

  11. Wendy says:

    Angel, since you’re trained in this area, you may be interested in some new science, which suggests that OCD is not only genetic, it’s based on a disfunction of the immune system:


    Vicki’s OCD, though, is not just OCD but an OCD personality, which appears different, since her behaviors are not just oriented towards herself, like the typical OCD sufferer, but are very frequently projected onto others, as you point out.

    I am enjoying your analyses!

  12. Elizabeth says:

    I am really enjoying your analyses of the ladies; keep ’em coming! Rarely do I read all the comments before mine on a blog post, but these discussions and further opinions are awesome!

    • angelofdevs says:

      I think the best part of this blog is all the great comments and contributions. I love how people are coming together to share their ideas. The side discussions are fun to read.

  13. Lucy says:

    Also sounds like Kate Gosselin to me. I would LOVE for your to “do” her next!

  14. Concerning Vicki & Donn, I was conflicted with her attitude in not including him in her comings & goings. It IS about the ‘Real Housewives…’ so why have him involved so much, but then again, she’s going on trips that aren’t even being televised and not including him so she Did seem to be ‘going her merry way’ without him a Lot. And, Bless His Heart, he did seem to ‘take it’ well….for a while. But once he started commenting on it (or Bravo started including that footage), you could tell it was bothering him. Vicki was Very Smart to start paying him more attention, and she should have been very relieved/pleased that he was still around when she started noticing him again. !
    Something you may be able to help me with…Why is it that when a person’s name is written time & time again, there are some people who will NOT take the time to check the spelling of that name but will continually MISspell it???
    Is it done on purpose? Does it show they do not really care enough about you to get your name spelled as your parents spelled it? You wrote 17 paragraphs (not including the bullet-list) in which Vicki’s name was included in 7 !! Sallah (the 3rd post) consistently misspelled her name –Vicky. Am I being overly sensitive? Does it Really matter? SHOULD it really matter?

    • sallah says:

      I know a lot of people are the spelling police about various things… I am not one of them. It was not deliberate on my part. I am an older poster and when I was young and people were named Vicky, they used the Y, unlike a lot of the crazier spellings (not that an I instead of Y is, but you get my point)…. I can’t be arsed to look and make sure I dont ever misspell a name and I don’t bother to spell check or make sure my punctuation is perfect..

      Whether or not your OCD about others spellings is something only you can answer.

    • Kimberly says:

      Remember when Vicki said to Donn, “You have a name, but whatever.” Tells how much the bit@h thought about him.

  15. Well, Sallah, you might just be correct about my being OCD on the correct spelling of people’s names. I guess all of us have a little something ‘different’ going on concerning different things. That’s why it’s so interesting to read about them being analyzed by Angel! (I figure we owe people the courtesy of at least spelling their names correctly; it is theirs and it’s a form of respect, in my opinion)

    • sallah says:

      while I agree trying to spell someones name correctly is a sign of respect in your personal life ( I have a niece who has spelled her childs name in a very unconventional way, I made the mistake of spelling it conventionally, she told me it bugged her, I now make an effort to spell it right or not spell it at all, referring to her as a cutie, or adorable, not by name, because I am likely to screw it up)… Its a bit of a stretch to get pissed off at people on BLOGS (for cripes sake) who spell a name wrong… even if its the name of someone else but you share it and the particular spelling…

      So while you may be OCD about this issue (no worries, I am OCD about other things, just not this particular one), its an exercise in futility and is guarranteed to lead to frustration to expect the millions of others on the internet to share your particular buggaboo with this issue… I sincerely apologize if I have upset you, but I am warning you ahead of time, I am likely to do it again….and again… and again…. Because I post very rarely and when I do, I don’t tend to sit and check my posts for errors. The fact that they are legible is a win for me…

      • No Sallah, you did not upset me; Since this is about conditions or disorders, etc, I decided to ask about how I felt about names being misspelled. I wasn’t really pissed…I was asking questions::
        _Am I being overly sensitive? _Does it Really matter? _SHOULD it really matter?
        “The fact that they are legible is a win for me…”……I like your sense of humor ! —and thank you for replying about my ‘problem’. 🙂

  16. Lorri G says:

    Love you blog but I’m going to have to disagree with your diagnosis with Vicki. I feel she is a true Borderline Personality. As an adult child of a borderline mother who alternated between the delusional queen and monster I see Vicki as almost 100% the same person. Granted Bravo just let us see little glances of her off the wall temper and more of her flaky behaviour but I have caught it every season. Remember when she was going to Mexico and her two kids really didn’t want to take the trip with her? She started cursing, ranting and raging and saying the typical BP rap about “everything I do for you”…typical BP
    How about the time she showed up at Michaels dorm and played MILF in front of her embarrassed son? Remember how hurt she became when he wanted her to stop, to leave? I could go on and on with examples.
    I’m sure Vicki has shown many traits of someone with OCD but I’ll bet the farm she is more BP ,oh and Histrionic.

  17. dcscrewylouie says:

    Love love love your blog! All of your analyses and everyone’s comments are great! I was just thinking it’s probably killing Vicky’s narcissism that she only has 25 comments (in case the HW check this site… they are so competitive!) So here’s another comment for poor Vick. BTB, I think the “woohoo” is part of her histrionics. Can’t wait till you do crazy Lynne!

  18. Kimberly says:

    Boy, how many times did Vicki castrate Donn, either verbally or by humiliation. What about his personality. Why does a nice guy like Donn put up with her bitchiness? As far as her rigid rules, I remember when she surprised, or should I say horrified, her son at college. She could not understand his embarassment. Her daughter is such a nice, normal young woman and seems like she dodged a bullet not ending up like her role model mother. I think there is more to Vicki too. She always says she needs to hear that she’s loved and needed, blah, blah, blah………..puke!

    • Jo Marie says:

      Poor thing was so hurt when her daughter didn’t respond to her intrusive gift of a car in the way Vicki had scripted it in her mind.

  19. onvacation says:

    Oh yes ….. pleeeeeze help explain Tamra Barney. I can’t understand why she is obviously such a “mean girl” despite so many blessings. I find myself so confused watching her.

  20. MmeRouge says:

    Hi Angelofdevs~
    Looking forward for you to have time to do ‘Alexis’ the new OC HW. Her opening line~ ‘Of COURSE I’m high maintenance — LOOK at me.’ is so-o-o-o-o obnoxious.
    Whenever someone tells you over and over I’m *honest* or *religious* or a *nice* or *generous* person there is reason to suspect that they are not actually being truthful.

  21. Lola says:

    I remember Vicki saying to Briana and I’m paraphrasing, “I made your body” during Briana’s health scare.

    That comment really got me wondering.

    Could she have a God complex? (And no, I’m not a psychologist.)

    • amateur RH says:

      No, I don’t think it’s a God complex. It’s really pretty simple. As a mother, she is feeling guilty that the child she made is not perfect. Her daughter maybe has cancer and she is terrified.

  22. Not a Vicki G fan says:

    I enjoy your psychoanalysis of all of the real housewives. I find the OC housewives the most superficial, materialistic and alcoholic of all. Although I think Vicki G does fit the profile of the OCD, I find many differences between Vicki and Bethany whom you diagnosed with the same disorder. Bethany would be the first to tell you that she is screwed up because of her bad childhood and is in therapy to try to have a healthy relationship with her husband and be a good mother. Vicki G believes she is perfect and does not need therapy and everyone around her is flawed. VG clearly is a snob, martyr, has a God complex and thinks she works harder than anyone else, is a great mother and a terrific friend. She is neither a good mother or a friend and she doesn’t work any harder than most career women. VG is a control freak, materialistic, a know it all who has to be right, a man hater and has no sense of humor. I find Vicki pathetic and not likeable at all. Bethany, on the other hand, is very likeable, funny, willing to admit her faults and laugh at herself and is not materialistic, know it all or a man hater.

  23. Jen says:

    What do you think of Gretchen Rossi? Histrionic personality disorder?

    • Maxine49 says:

      I’m betting Gretchen is pushing up against a sociopath diagnosis….there is something sinister lurking beneath the surface there…hopefully angelordevs will give us the low down soon.

  24. TotallyToonces says:

    “paging Vicki Gunvalson”. Excellently written, both true and sad at the same time. I admire her worth ethic and the things it affords her. I do not admire the manner in which she conducts herself when confronted with someone else’s perceived inadequacies.

  25. GIA says:

    I just began watching the RHOC and understand a few of the people on the show have rotated out with new ones rotating in. I agree with Angelofdevs on partly what might be Vicki’s OCD problem but also think she displays major passive aggressive behaviors that fall in line with Borderline PD. She’s mean and backbiting with an air of self righteousness and self congratualatory patterns.

    I did see one episode where she and her son met up with her MOM and they were all sitting around a table eating and noticably…her mother was making sniping put down comments towards her and it was creating tension between them. There was also another woman there next to her mom – maybe another relative of Vicki’s and her brother who hired her son to help in his construction business. What was real nasty too was how they were ALL then taking pot shots at Vicki’s ex-husband, while her son was sitting right there. I thought the whole thing was all rather low class.

    Jeanna’s asking for a loan privately and Vicki telling everyone about it shows how even people with money and good business sense can have absolutely NO CLASS.

    About the other housewives…Tamra seemed nice until she began indiscriminantly going after Gretchen for no other reason than she felt insecure, frustrated and void of any control over her own personal situation with her husband (control freak) and her thankless son.

    Jeanna, no control over rowdy kids, husband who looks and acts like he’s got a perpetual corn cob up his arse and can’t stand to be around other human beings. She’s also passive aggressive in ways with some people. She also makes excuses for her son Shanes behavior…who was extremely disrespectful to Tammy. Meanwhile her son Colton seems like a dream-child who is completely ignored.

    Lauri – not sure what to make of her. Not sure if her relationship with George (?) is going to last. Almost all of these women have tense relationships with their kids, many, of whom are as someone else pointed out, ‘self entitled underachievers’…

    Gretchen – actually seems sweet. Hasn’t made the best decisions regarding her personal and financial choices but is not mean like the others.

    Tammy Knickerbocker – think she’s a good hearted woman. Her daughters have been through a lot but hey, life isn’t fair and these girls act like jerks. Especially the older one who is disrespectful…remember her 21st birthday on the boat? OTOH, noticably in one episode Tammy (I think) who has a young 5 year old son, really babies him, much to the annoyance of her second ex husband and she seems to go a little overboard with that…NOTE to Tammy, if you don’t want the kid turning out like your oldest daughter, stop it! Apparently Tammy left the show which I think any self respecting person must do at the point where their personal lives are publicly crashing down all around them.

    I haven’t really seen much more of this show but understand there have been other “housewives” … and btw, I used to live in OC in an affluent area and while
    some women do tend to have that ‘barbie at a glance – cougar’ look, the OC is a blend of people and of different looks. True, you won’t find a lot of Seattle-ish types milling around Fashion Island or lounging by the shore at the Montage or Pelican Hill but most of us are normal everyday folks. 🙂

    One last comment ~ why is that attractive women (subjective, I know) believe that getting breast implants and other procedures makes them more appealing when their faces look like they’ve been burnt with a hot iron??

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  27. for real? says:

    Conversations with wolfy?!! Haha, are you kidding me?! Come one, come all ppl to this ridiculous website and witness first hand the true meaning of obsession and compulsive disorder! Read the nonsensical rants and ravings of vicki gunvalsons ex husband and his current girlfriend and their sad little plight to “expose the truth about her”! Ask yourself what kind of personality disorder makes a person set up a website with the sole intention of trashing a woman, her kids and her family all in the name of “truth”.

    • just sayin says:

      maybe someone who is tired of being made to look like the bad guy on national TV when he really is not? just sayin……

  28. Diane says:

    Please continue the series with all the Real Housewives. These are great!


  29. shut up ellenwhore says:

    get a life pathetic loser!!!

  30. shut up ellenwhore says:

    so funny to watch you crawl back down the slimey little snail trail youve created here 🙂 keep crawling you looney bitch!!!

  31. Emily H says:

    Vicki and I don’t have a single thing in common and I would never be friends with her, nor her me, but I like her for some reason. I respect her hard work.

  32. Carolyn says:

    These blogs are fantastic. I think the OC Housewives are pathetic but so much fun to watch and laugh at. If you have done your Google research on them as I have you can see what a truly pathetic bunch they really are, and their husbands and ex-husbands. I do feel sorry for some of the children tho, especially for Vicky’s adult daughter who works as a surgical nurse (or so she said) for I can imagine how the co-workers make fun of her and her family and laugh and joke behind her back. I think Vicky’s biggest problem is her age….she just looks in the mirror and doesn’t like what she sees and knows time is not on her side and does not want to age. Her body looks terrible, she overdid it on the breast implants and they look awful, she has begun to get the *turkey neck* and when I look at her now I want to make “gobble gobble gobble” noises. Her thighs are fat and could use some liposuction, as could her rear end, her upper arms are beginning to get the typical “late 40’s – early 50’s “wings” look to them because of the excess fat and lack of exercise on her part, and she needs to get her teeth fixed, as her lips are forever catching in those enamels she has now and she is always sticking her finger in her mouth to loosen food or to loosen part of her upper lip that gets stuck. She needs to stop being so obsessed about making a buck for a while and take some time off and get a makeover. I think she would feel good about herself and stop being such a drama queen if she did a total makeover. All the other ladies on the show have so why not Vicky? My god I am so sick of seeing her bawling all the time over such trivial crap.

  33. sugar baby says:

    middle-aged, low rent, white trash train wreck!!!! pot meet kettle & karmas a bitch eh?! EXACT MIRROR IMAGE OF EACHOTHERS LIVES!!!! can you say HYPOCRITE?!! i know you can say CRAZY BITCH!!!!!!!

  34. Blythe says:

    Carolyn, you seem like a very mean person. I would hate to be in your circle of friends. You too will be where Vicky is now. I am not a fan of Vicky, but really, you are just an angry mean woman.

    I bet you felt real good about yourself after picking her apart. You must be in perfect shape and a real beauty.

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