Here is a statement from social media regarding a fire. Note sensitivity as to "why" certain actions were taken. This is found in the word "to";
but also note the pronouns. Pronouns do not lie. A married couple using the plural pronouns is indicative of a change in situation. Note "our" house, though "my" cat. Note "our" bedroom, but "my" girls and "my kids".... When a married couple has "our" bedroom, divorce may have been discussed. Most married people say "the bedroom" instead of "our."
Note use of divinity.
Note the distancing language of "you" when it should be "I."
Note the emotions in the "perfect" part of the story: a signal that they have been
placed there artificially, as part of story telling rather than reporting of fact. It takes humans
time to process emotions, which is why they are more likely to be
found in the "after" part of the account, not in the midst of the action.
Note the need to disparage the fire department as "volunteer"
Note the need to persuade, rather than truthfully report.