Here are some questions that help you to understand what I mean by: 'super-responsible.'
For more about Super-Responsible read what John Sandford said about Parental Inversion in: Transformation of the Inner Man by John and Paula Sandford. Theirs is the origin of my concept of Super-Responsible although I have developed the concept in my own way.
If a majority of these statements describe you then this may be your primary personality schema.
Looking back at childhood was there lack of safety in your childhood family?
Was either parent out of order, out of control emotionally?
Were your parents fighting in ways that you felt unsafe or insecure?
Did you step in in some way to provide family stability? (Peacekeeper, go between, etc.)
Was there enough love and security that you could be playful, expressive and spontaneous?
Were you seen as a young well-behaved adult?
Do your friends find you to be a 'serious' person?
Do you find it hard to be a child in adulthood? (Be playful, expressive, spontaneous)
Do you negate or ignore your own needs?
Are you good at being there for others and meet their needs?
Are you very self critical?
Live with an inner judge?