Truly, having control of numerous and complex work and family roles is very stressful for many individuals as stress is caused by role strain and spillover. For instance, role strain happens when the responsibilities of a certain role interfere with the performance of other roles such as dealing with working for long hours and parenting. On the other hand, spillover occurs when conditions in a particular area of individuals’ lives affect them in another area like inflexible work hours can have a negative effect on family life. This kind of spillover refers to work to family conflict whereby, work negatively influences the family life of an individual (Van Veldhoven and Beijer, 2012). More so, family concerns like inequities in the division of housework and childcare, an unsupportive partner among others may impact negatively an individual’s work. The inability to balance work life with family life affects women as compared to men with many people developing a culture of impossible work-life balance especially for women (Zimmerman, 2002). Studies show that men and women have different levels of work-family conflict resulting from the unequal distribution of family duties (Zhao, Settles, and Sheng, 2011).