Maybe, but the more energy you put into defending yourself, the more likely it is that you`re actually avoiding to look at something within yourself. For instance, a 2w3 I met years ago explained with many words that she didn`t know why she always ended as the leader of a group. She said that it wasn`t her purpose, but despite her reservation she nearly always did get appointed. I didn`t believe her and after a little while it became obvious that she pushed herself so she could act as some kind of host. Be aware of long clarifications.I can think of two reasons. I have a natural tendency to clarify things if people misunderstood something which I am involved, particularly in the case when I am the one being misunderstood. I get upset if people misread or misunderstand me, that means most of the time - as it happens a lot.
Nobody said you`re a bad person, that you`re cheating or deceiving. That`s your interpretation.Another reason is probably because I have more One in me than Three. In my mind, being competitive, using others to achieve your own goals, cheating, deceiving, faking, arrogant, seeing success as too important, etc. These are bad, and I cannot accept that I am bad. Hence I must defend myself that I am not a bad person.
There are some such obvious Threes, but most Threes aren`t the way you described them.In real life, I do not get along well with the 3 Type. They seem to be obvious to type (if you trust my typing skills, haha). I actually dislike talking to them. I find them too fake, having too much hidden agenda going on behind the surface, not sincere... My partner is a 2w3 - he is also very obvious to type. Even him just having a 3 wing boosts about his achievement more than I do, and I hate it when he lies or being dishonest just to get away from the consequence.