I am not sure whether this is an appropriate question. Perhaps it will be closed, or perhaps not.
It is generally the case that people derive satisfaction from getting their responses validated on Q and A sites such as StackExchange. It is not far fetched to presume that a someone may get too invested in this satisfaction, and this may create an imbalance in their real life. An addiction to getting upvotes and acceptance from others is not a healthy state of affairs and may affect a person's mental health. Young people, who are not having many outside interests (which probably is the case with several students starting their mathematical studies) are particularly vulnerable.
It is of course not the business of math.stackexchange to make judgements in this regard even in general, but is there a formal acknowledgment of the above phenomena by the community? Afterall, this is a community of well meaning human beings!
To give some context, let me post the highest voted answer to a question posted previously on meta: Why do you answer questions on math.stackexchange?
I am needy and insecure and derive validation from the gratitude of strangers.