I wonder what's the meaning that "ALWAYS" is trying to convey when used in simple present sentences such as:
I always think that John should stop drinking.
I always think that Victoria lies too much to be trusted.
I always think that Peter has an ulterior motive when he kisses up to Jenny.
Recently, I heard someone say that "I always think that" is not logical. Because it expresses that someone is thinking about something all along.
I think that's not the meaning. But I would like if someone could clarify what the mean really is.