When explaining everyday or continuous actions, the word “always” is used. When using “always” the sentences are referring to present time and usually simple present is used. (Example 1)
English speakers may use "always" with the present progressive to complain, to show annoyance, or anger towards something or someone. (Example 2)
Furthermore, “forever” and “constantly” are also used with present progressive to show annoyance or anger towards something or someone. (Example 3)
1. I always go to the library everyday after school.
2. My son is always getting in trouble.
3. He is always/constantly getting in trouble.