The “Game of Life” allows you, the therapist, to open a new dialogue with the patients. It allows you to have a respectful communicate which transforms the patient’s resistance to cooperation. This process will lead to self-awareness and insight about the benefits of medication treatment. The game will inspire the patient to evoke his own inner desire to take personal responsibility for the quality of life and understanding of the relationship between medication consistent with his various interfaces. The result of this high-quality communications practice will result in strengthening the therapeutic relationship, and hence your growing ability to influence the patient, not only about the consistency of taking the medication, but establishing a relationship based on trust, respect and honor you – the therapist.