Progress means a better adjustment, and the discomfort of maladjustment is the spur to improvement.
The second great problem is that of maladjustment in thought.
It's not a superficial cure for maladjustment that we're after, Captain Hunter, but the cause.
The third problem is that of maladjustment of buildings to community needs.
It was in those days that I first became critical of my life and burdened with a sense of error and maladjustment.
It represents rather a defect—a maladjustment which should be rectified.
There is plenty of waste and maladjustment in our economic system at the present time.
This change or adjustment leads to a maladjustment requiring a new adjustment.
But in fact such activity is explosive, and due to maladjustment with surroundings.
No brain or nervous system is perfect, so the problem is one of the incapacity which causes the maladjustment.
maladjustment mal·ad·just·ment (māl'ə-jŭst'mənt)
Faulty or inadequate adjustment.
Inability to adjust to the demands of interpersonal relationships and the stresses of daily living.
Inability to react successfully and satisfactorily to the demands of one's environment. Though the term applies to a wide range of biological and social conditions, it often implies an individual's failure to meet social or cultural expectations. In psychology, the term generally refers to unsatisfactory behavior patterns that cause anxiety and require psychotherapy.