That's a reasonable description of the Third law. Where's the problem?Do you understand the Third Law?
Your explanation should be like, "when you push the wall the wall pushes you back with the same force", shouldn't it be?
Huh? What are you talking about? Sounds like you are confusing "true" weight (due to gravity) with "apparent" weight (a measure of the support or normal force). What does this have to do with the third law?Reciprocal action means 'increase in your weight in the opposite direction'. So when you apply a force on a body, the body's weight increases in the opposite direction as explained in the above three examples.
Your examples have more to do with the Second law than the Third. (And they are all "business as usual", covered in every freshman physics class.)
That's a statement, not an explanation."When you push the wall the wall pushes you back with the same force"! What an explanation!
You'd better get some sleep!Good night!