The Cinderella Complex Scale works on the concept of deep rooted need in women for dependency on men. Cinderella complex ideally exemplifies the need to depend on men (be it a father, a husband or even a son) among women. This dependency can be for the need of security, survival and self-identification among many. Derived from the fairy tale story of ‘Cinderella’ where she waited for a prince charming to rescue her from the step mothers and sisters. This scale is based on the concept widely researched and authored by Collette Dowling in her book called Cinderella Complex. The need to depend on a man has been culturally conditioned in the mind of a woman. Throughout the dilemma between being a modern independent woman and a culturally abiding woman, womanhood all over the world has faced the Cinderella Complex Syndrome. This dependency can easily result in being addictive and pathological for women. This scale constructed for investigating the Cinderella Complex: Women’s Dependency Syndrome contains 40 items in forced choice format (‘yes’ or ‘no’). This 40 item scale. The age range of females is 18-45 years. It is an efficient assessment of women’s dependency syndrome and can help clinicians or professionals to provide adequate aid to women’s psyche when problem persists due to Cinderella Complex. This scale can be useful by academicians in the field of Psychology, Sociology, Gender Studies, Women Studies, Management and other allied sciences where an effective measurement of women’s dependency can lead to quality research work and applications in the applied field.