First off I would suggest when you brew a batch, leave it alone for 2 weeks, don't touch it or do any readings.
If it's stuck at whatever then it is what it is. I've yet to have a FG reading that was still to high and do something to "fix" it.
I've shakin, stirred, pitched more fresh yeast, done wild chants around camp fires, you name it and it did nothing to the FG. yeah it sucks but it's still beer....
I did a tripel a week ago (not a brewersbest kit) and have no plan to check the gravity for 3 weeks, then will let it sit for another 3 weeks before it goes to bottle where it will sit for a month or so before I taste it.....
From what i've read these belgian tripels take a LONG time to age and get that good taste to them.
*** Possum Trot Brewery ***
Beer Primary - Irish Red - Imperial Amber IPA - A Dirty Dubbel
Beer Secondary - Belgian Tripel
Bottled - Muddy English Mild - Copper Alt - Big Breakfast Stout - Belgian IPA - American Wheat - Butthead Belgian White - Redneck Red
Mead Primary - Nuttin
Bottled - Strawberry Trainwreck - Orange Spice - Blueberry Trainwreck
2013 Gallons Brewed 165