Hannah Seligson is a regular contributor to The New York Times Sunday Business section, where she writes about Gen. Y, the workplace, and innovation, among other topics. Most recently, she is the author of Mission: Adulthood: How the 20-Somethings of Today Are Transforming Work, Love, and Life.

First Comes Love

Think thirtysomething single women are the only ones stressed about their dwindling options for marriage and kids? Turns out, men are the new Carrie Bradshaws.

Straight Talk

Holly Peterson cast a cold eye on the Park Avenue set in her bestselling novel ‘The Manny.’ Now she’s taken on publishing’s meritocratic strivers. And she’s just as frank face to face.

Prince William's bride was dubbed "Waity Katie" for waiting so long for him to propose, but it's not just a royal's problem. Hannah Seligson on the curse of matrimony's new timetable.

Instead of just fighting with her daughter author Lauren Kessler decided to try to figure out what being a teenager was all about. She speaks to Hannah Seligson about her new book that goes deep into the teen psyche.

Is your date a convicted felon? Secretly married? On meds? Hannah Seligson on the secrets people reveal during courtship—and why they usually confess them on the third rendezvous.

A new study says women who wed men who are much older—or much younger—have an increased risk of death. Hannah Seligson on why marrying outside your age range might be hazardous to your health.