I would like to inquire about "I have been having". My understanding is that this composition is a perfect-present-continuous tense, but what it exactly really means in the following sentences:
I have been having trouble sharing my neighbors wireless connection.
I have been having trouble sharing my house.
Is there such a tense? I understood from the previous examples that "I have been" is present perfect tense, and when we add "having" it tells us that the issue is still continue until the moment of the speech and may be further in future.
When we should use "i have been having ..." or what is (are) the motivation(S)for using it in a sentence?