After three previous steps, the therapist is responsible to offer a solution that fits the plots the customer presents.   These plots are clarified by the questions that identified “the client’s position” as was expressed by his statements on various topics relating to him and his life. The proposed solution should be such that the customer agrees to accept otherwise it is of no use. even if the therapist thinks he has an exceptional idea about the desired solution. In any case, the tactical thinking of the therapist should be directed to reverse or excessive solution compared to the unsuccessful solution taken by the customer