I just wrote this comment ten minutes ago, pondered over it for five minutes, and then the edit time limit had ran out, so I joined this site because I need to set my mind straight.
Methodologies frequently take existing concepts and give them a much narrower meaning within the context of their system (which I have honestly struggled with myself on occasion).
It's the bit between parentheses that I'm having trouble phrasing right. "on occasion" at the very end makes me feel itchy and I can't explain why. But there's many other ways to phrase it.
...which I have on occasion struggled with myself, honestly
...which, honestly, I have on occasion struggled with myself
...which I have occasionally struggled with myself, to be honest
Which one of these sounds the most natural? Or, what other phrasing would be best? Hearing a rule for these things would be great but I get that that's not how languages work, so I'll be happy with any pointers that are available.