The patient must undergo a medical, psychological, social, religious and counseling program for several weeks to prepare and prepare the patient to face life again naturally without resorting to anesthesia again, while continuing to follow up with the rehabilitation centers for a period of more than one year depending on the condition of each patient This is the main safety valve to reduce relapse.

The key to this wheel is the “recognition of helplessness,” a step of surrender and surrender that is the basis of the entire recovery process. Access to recognition of helplessness and inability to manage life is the cornerstone without which we can not have the power of God unless we stop playing the role of God and acknowledge the courageous confession of helplessness. Often the addict can not reach this recognition until after experiencing a large loss, which is called in the language of recovery “bumping into the bottom” and before which the addict is fully aware that he is the dominant and the first and only control in his life and all that is about him but in fact completely out of control. Which is called the stage before the desire for change, and at this stage can not be asked to increase the effort or even provide advice because it will only increase the feelings of shame and shame at the addict, which increases the entry into the circle of addiction. But what the addict needs at the time is the deliberate confrontation to make him visualize the consequences of the addictive behavior.

And we enter the second stage of the wheel of change is the stage of the desire to change or think of change and the owner of the problem in the question of change and usefulness and enter into what we call “double tendency,” which tells about his desire for change and at the same time talking about the obstacles that he sees The impossibility of achieving this change, which he believes can not be overcome. In which he talks about the narrowness of his addiction and feeling ashamed of what he is doing himself and around him and at the same time talking about the mind that gets from the abuse and which leads him to continue despite the consequences. And here can not get out of this stage only by listening to him and understanding of the severe conflicts and help him to the work of the disclosure of profits and losses What is done and when beyond that stage we enter the next stage of the stage of modification and maintenance and where the conflict continues between rejection and acceptance of change, Of those who think that it is possible to deal with a problem and to find a new way of dealing to enable him to exercise his life until it reaches full certainty that it is impossible to walk in life and deal with it and its problems is still under the influence of the drug which is confirmed by the continuation of exercise profits and losses in each wayFollow them to maintain its use. At this stage I feel the extent of the suffering experienced by the owner of the addictive behavior and the tragedy of giving up what it always does.

The addict enters the next stage, the stage of actual change and take real steps to bring about change and resort to the places of rehabilitation in which the therapist specializes in helping to learn new skills of life to help him actually deal with himself and with the surrounding problems and facing what will face in the coming life.

Then enter into one of the stages either continue to recover or relapse, which enter the addict and around him in a state of great frustration, so that he knows that it was placed in the circle of change and recovery as one of its stages and followed by thinking again and action and continuity and that the natural person can be decomposed before it stops completely About his addictive behavior.

When we talk about the circle of change and recovery with Montex we are talking about a positive force to start over. Let us forgive ourselves for any setback and make sure that a real change is followed.