If he isn't careful and directs it at an individual who does not value it, he will likely meet a harsh response, since they are almost sure to see it as a puerile gesture (more so than when he uses the suggestive function, usage of which comes off as more mature and well-considered, since he takes it more seriously in the first place). The subject's innate lack of balance in the mobilizing function can easily cause him to indulge in it recklessly or to sorely neglect it.
Could someone please elaborate on this?
1. Why don't we take our HA as seriously?
2. Innate lack of balance..?
Ok so I noticed that I'm really shameless in "asking" for Ti info. Flat out asking really broad (sometimes stupid) questions of the brand "what's a motherboard". I don't mind coming off as kind of clueless in an area if it means that someone will explain it (or at worst it will provide some laughs) but I realized that in these moments maybe people actually think I'm stupid, and it must be annoying to some too, especially if done excessively.
So is this an example of not taking the HA that seriously and having unbalanced usage?
Also, how is this linked to the PoLR? For the PoLR we try to conceal our deficiency as much as possible and are very serious about it, but not so for the HA. even though the HA is used as an overcompensation for the PoLR?
As for the suggestive, one doesn't really "ask" for suggestive info, right? They don't even realize their need for it and therefore don't know to do so, I think?