Take care of yourself!,
If you are not getting any buyers looking, your price is too high.
If you are getting buyers looking, but not offering, your price is too high.
If you are getting offers, but all low, your price is too high, but a little closer than items 1 & 2
The experts in the field are buyers. They are out looking at all your competition and making comparisons.
Either you are motivated to sell or you are not. At this point, if you refuse to accept (or counter offer) any of the offers, as your Realtor, I would stop wasting my time.
The best place to invest your energy is a true understanding of why you did not make those original offers work. At this moment, you have already constructed the excuses for future failure. They are, 'Do not have to give it away' and 'agent has a wait and see attitude.'
My perception is someone is not operating in good faith. What did you say to your agents when you kicked the first two offers to the curb? It appears your agent is unwilling to confront you. Your agent seems to have lost the energy to keep you from making decisions that place you in harms way.
Only the homeowner can sell a home. The professionals you hire provide guidance and an interpretataion of the data. You are the one responsible for following the guidance provided.
Since you have already voiced, 'wrap it up till later' you have raised the 'NOT MOTIVATED' flag up the pole. When you REALLY know why you want to sell, and meet an agent who can ask the probing, intelligent questions that will lead you to that discovery, that would be the RIGHT time to start over.
Right now, your true reason to sell has not been brought to the foreground. Until then, you will continue to accumulate people to blame and reasons for failure.
Best of success in selling your NY home.