Some (although, admittedly, not too much) of this description is very true, but most of it is just...Eh.
The main statement of truth:Alright. That's utterly true. Also:Avoid bringing up their past mistakes, focusing on negatives, and talking excessively about the relationshipMmmyep. However...The more I do, the better I feel; the better I feel, the more I do. I have confidence in my abilities. I carry out my projects with purpose and passion. I am self-directed and am always setting new goals for myself. I focus on what an be done rather than on what might go wrong.I'm pretty misanthropic, truth be told.Threes with a strong Two wing (3w2) tend to be gregarious, helpful, socially adept, tuned into others, charming, manipulative, possessive, and flattering. They usually happen to be especially people-oriented.This is all very stereotypical and 90% untrue. (Heck, I couldn't skip three steps even if I wanted to. I couldn't even skip one step. Sigh.)Things Threes Would Never Dream of Doing...
Walking meditatively and slowly up the steps instead of running up three at a time
Getting an invitation to a prestigious event and not feeling smug that their rivals were not invited
Failing to mention the prestigious university they graduated from
Getting excited about getting older
Not buffing up for their high school reunion
Meeting their current love's ex and not comparing physiques
Encouraging their costar to make the speech at the Emmy Awards when only one of them is allowed on the stage
Allowing more than a fifteen-minute cry over the breakup of their five-year relationshipYeah....No. Especially don't do the last one. Feelings? What feelings? But seriously...no. And this is rather biased toward Sensing Threes, really.How to Give Threes Extra Support:
Though Threes are usually assertive in their professional life, they can use encouragement to be direct and ask for what they want in their personal life
Support them in developing good friendships
Encourage them to slow down and relax! Threes are always in a hurry.
Encourage them to work for causes they believe in
Encourage them to nurture their inner lives
Take an interest in their feelings, even when they don't.
All in all: meh.
On a somewhat less focused note...