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Freudian Slope is an informal term for the change in the degree of a patient's neuroses resulting from psychoanalysis. It is usually used negatively as in the example below. The coinage is often attributed to Woody Allen, but there is no evidence for this in his screenplays or interviews.
Is your therapist helping you become less crazy?

Nah I've been sliding down the Freudian Slope.
by TheGameKat June 07, 2009

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