Experts say it's time to grow up
Lots of American men are 40 going on 14 -- as in the movie "This is 40."
"I can't afford to sit in my apartment getting baked, watching porn and going to Tommy's Chili Burgers at three in the morning."
But experts say it's no laughing matter.
KTRH psychology expert Dr. Laurence Abrams says it's true we're living longer.
"Older age now supposedly starts somewhere up higher than it used to; middle age starts later."
But Dr. Abrams says a man in his 40s who spends more time with his Xbox than his family needs counseling.
"He's not recognizing his responsibilities and the issues in his life and he's gonna not only destroy his marriage but his family."
A study last year found most of us don't consider ourselves middle aged until 55.