maladjustment

[n] - the condition of being unable to adapt properly to your environment with resulting emotional instability
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Maladjustment

Mal`ad·just'ment noun [ Mal- + adjustment .] A bad adjustment.
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maladjustment

In the mental health professions, an inability to cope with the problems and challenges of everyday living. ... Origin: mal-+ adjust, fr. O.Fr. Adjuster, fr. L.L. Adjuxto, to put close to, + -ment ... (05 Mar 2000) ...
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maladjustment

noun the condition of being unable to adapt properly to your environment with resulting emotional instability
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maladjustment

(mal″ә-just´mәnt) in psychiatry, failure to fit one's inner needs to the environment; inability to meet the challenges of daily life.
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Maladjustment

• (n.) A bad adjustment.
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maladjustment

maladjustment Faulty adjustment. specifically in psychology, unsuccessful adaptation to one's social environment.
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maladjustment

Type: Term Pronunciation: mal′ad-jŭst′ment Definitions: 1. In the mental health care professions, an inability to cope with the problems and challenges of everyday living.
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