This woman really needs to get a life, a real job, and stop leeching off of her ex-husband by writing a tell-all with lurid descriptions of her sordid, messed-up life. Cracks me up how the publisher ends the review of the book as "the story of a woman...finding herself and....finally growing up." Are you serious? She's forty-something going on fifteen, and STILL harboring a huge teenage crush on Jude Law. More like the story of a woman who CAN'T grow up, CAN'T let go of her ex husband, Jude Law, and still insists that the majority of her marital problems, postpartum depression, suicidal tendencies, etc., all stemmed mainly from his "inattentiveness". The fact that Sadie preferred to have sex with her best friend & bed buddy Kate Moss over her own husband makes one wonder how, if at all, one could blame Jude for his lack of interest in her after some point, since she's the one who ignored HIM to be with another WOMAN. Not to mention cutting herself intentionally and also proceeding to blame him for this as well, along with her postpartum depression, other self-destructive behavior, and even though I didn't find it in the book, probably the Kennedy assassination as well... She's not exactly mother of the year, either; she allows her boy toys, who are all roughly 24-25 years old (the age of her oldest son) live in the basement of her home, plus she allowed her 2 year-old daughter eat an Ecstasy pill off of the floor of a nightclub that she was at while attending a CHILD'S birthday party while she & her drugged out friends partied obliviously. If exploiting her & Jude's marital relationship & her own children (thankfully Jude managed to get an injunction preventing Sadie from printing some pics of his kids in this trite, nonsensical book) by trying to make a sorry buck off of this so-called "autobiography" constitutes "finally growing up", I think something's gotten lost in the translation of that phrase. Fortunately I borrowed this book from a friend; I would never waste the money on this "tell-all" exploit to help this loser try and leech any further money off her relationship with her celebrity ex; if she truly HAD grown up, she wouldn't still feel the need to continue travelling with Jude for every holiday he takes with his children. It's time for Ms. Frost to get over Jude & move on with her life, find a new boyfriend/girlfriend/whatever and once for all get a grip on reality. Only THEN would I even begin to consider that this woman has "grown up".