I don't have responsibility OCD, but I do have another less known form; the so-called 'Pure OCD'. It was misconstrued before as OCD without the compulsions. Actually, the obsessions manifest as intrusive thoughts - sudden thoughts/images/doubts that appear out of nowhere. The compulsions manifest as obsessive ruminations, which vary a lot person-to-person, but are characterised by a period of intense...well, rumination! Often it's repeating the intrusive thought over and over, desperate to solve it or understand it.
For me, the intrusive thoughts turned into ruminations so fast, the one image of the intrusive thought would immediately turn into a horror movie. It would be pretty hellish, forcing its way into my mind out of nowhere and making me panicky and frantic to find a way of stopping this ever happening to me. As I got more and more afraid of them they got worse. They got to be so horribly vivid too, not like a hallucination or anything, more like a flashback, frightening in its forcefulness and intensity.
Well, anyways...just wanted to let you know you're not alone in wishing that the different forms of OCD were more well known