I have a circuit with a capacitor, resistor, and inductor all in parallel with each other. I have to write the differential equation governing the voltage. However, when I attempt to do that [using Kirchoff's Voltage Rule] I will end up with: Vc + Vl = 0 and Vl + Vr = 0 However, this implies that Vc = Vr. If I then take KVR for the entire loop, I will end up with: Vc + Vr = 0 And this implies that Vc = -Vr. How can 2 opposite statements be true for one loop? Is there a different way to use Kirchoff's Laws for this particular question which I am unaware of? Thank you.