So, here's a conceit I'm considering for a short story: Someone is part of a cult, and has had her identity pretty much overwhelmed and, in her mind, she no longer exists as an individual. It's told from her perspective, but because of her frame of mind, she thinks of herself as just that 'She'. So instead of saying 'I walked across the room', she would say 'She walked across the room', or something similar. The idea is that partway through the short, something will happen that reaffirms her identity, breaking her out of that mindset, and from there on she'll think of herself in the First Person again. Or, rather, she always WAS thinking in the First Person, but now she's referring to herself as 'I'. The question is, how do I clearly convey this? I can't think of any real explicit differences between Third Person Subjective and First Person using third person pronouns, so I can't think of a way to subtly foreshadow this with style at the beginning without just explaining it to the audience in a blunt, explicit way.