It’s not that hard to comprehend. If X= disagreement, and Y= hate, X cannot equal Y check the math, it’s impossible. If Z= anger, then XZ is disagreement times anger, which may equal Y, hate. But Z, anger, cannot equal Y, hate. Same with being alone, A, and loneliness, B. In math, one variable cannot equal the other, therefore A cannot equal B. Now, with depression, C, AC can equal B, but C cannot equal B. Just because you’re alone, doesn’t make you lonely. Just because you disagree doesn’t mean you hate each other. It’s been proven. Do the math.
(Sorry for the spelling errors)