So it's generally accepted that the Super-Ego, and the PoLR in particular make people feel self-conscious. But more specifically, it makes a person feel like there is a problem that they are expected to fix but can't. The problem is usually with yourself, since people generally don't care enough about the Super-Ego to actively influence other people with it.
The healthiest way to approach the problem is instead through the element in the 6th function (hidden agenda), which can deal with the same problem but perceives it very differently and has a slightly different idea of how to solve it.
Se: I am trapped in a bad place and have to get out. / Si: I am in a disharmony with my surroundings that has to be resolved.
Ne: There is an imminent catastrophe and I have to stop it. / Ni: The future is uncertain, and I have to prepare for it.
Fe: I have a bad feeling that I need to get rid of. / Fi: I am in a bad relationship and have to make it better.
Te: I am ignorant and must learn more. / Ti: I am confused and need to figure out what's important.
This also applies somewhat to the 3rd and 5th functions, though in that case it's more of a problem that you actually think is worth solving.