Savannah Ellis was featured in the article “The Seven-Month Itch” in the May 2014 Elle magazine: ” Researchers have pinpointed the seven-month mark as the flashpoint where extramarital affairs begin, giving rise to the seven-month itch phenomenon. “Traditionally, seven years into a relationship used to be make-or-break,” says Savannah Ellis, founder and coach at the Infidelity Recovery Institute. “But now, in our ‘have it all, have it now’ culture, because our courtships are much longer, romance often wanes way before the wedding. Then, after the natural high of the honeymoon period wears off post-wedding, all too often you’re left with two people with everyday problems and stresses. And if romance isn’t happening in our marriages, many women are tempted to seek the new-relationship high elsewhere.”