The main focus of this study was to show that economically empowered women performing both economic and domestic activities are unable to maintain proper balance between their routine works and relationship with their family members, which affects negatively on the family structures. Economically empowered women want relatively more power in their home than the other women. Most of them pay less attention towards the household works and start making or influencing the decisions, which often creates tension between the males of the family. An attempt has been made to find out that how women‘s economic independence affects in assembling, strengthening and sharpening her attitudes and behaviour. This study also deals with the women’s role within the family and “economic contribution” in the household economy. The woman in its various roles as mother, wife, daughter, grandmother, daughter-in-law helps in household affairs to boost the economy. This research was conducted in Villag Dasuha District Faisalabad. Qualitative anthropological techniques were used to collect emperical data.