Which is better:
When I go see a doctor, I often feel that I'm not being listened to.
When I go see a doctor, I often feel that I'm not listened to.
All I know is that I only can use the passive present tense when I want to say that I do something frequently, like hobbies or habits.
And does "I'm not being listened to" means that it is happening right now?
We usually say that "I often go to gym or "I'm going to the gym right now", not "I'm often going to gym" or "I go to gym right now". It is so confusing