Moreover, I see the "super ego" block as one's social mask, in my case, ESE (Fe+Si), and for so many early years of my life, Swedish culture pressured me into working that block like a penny whore in Tijuana, all the while feeling (unbeknownst to me until much later) like a complete fraud; traveling the world and living in other countries (especially the LIE friendly NYC) was one of the most liberating and freeing things for my psyche--it allowed me to fully sit in my truth and shed the "neuroses" attached to the Super Ego functions that had become paranoid and unstable af. On the bright side, I probably have a better handle on Fe and Si than most LIEs, but, conversely, that shit did a lot of damage to my self image early on, in that it made me feel defective, which I'd usually react to by literally or figuratively kicking a MFer in the esophagus. Not ideal. Not ideal.
Theoretically, the superego block is ill equipped to defend itself, because it's only suited to passively absorb all outside information/feedback/evaluations from society but without the ability to properly distinguish one set of useful data from another, applied contextually (e.g., at times, especially when receiving some sort of "customer service," I neurotically "thank," "excuse" myself, say "please" even when uncalled for, probably because I don't want to look like an uncivilized, ungrateful tool and can't fully hold onto/remember/retain when it's appropriate or not for certain Fe "niceties"
); therefore, you're bound to stumble upon a situation where you do something "socially inept" and look like a fucking tool; what's worse is that we are conscious of our shortcomings on this block and know that we must react to save face/be accepted/look socially competent, but the reaction mobilizes the ego block and, as we've already covered, the responses from the ego block are not always acceptable (by society's standards) for the situation at hand, which then prompts further usage of the superego, furthering a cycle of frustration and fumbling inadequacy that most certainly GRATES, over time.