Migration is a process that entails a before and after in the emotional life of migrant families. Both those who leave and those who stay experience psychological changes and important duels, which are not always perceived as such, but are silent and lasting.This particularly affects women who become heads of the family once their husbands leave,
as they remain in a vulnerable situation. This is why it is important to work on the coincidence processes and create opportunities and spaces for dialogue and listening, in order to alleviate these feelings. It is necessary to promote new solidarities that allow women to be agents of their own development, both personally and as a group.