Is there a single word or a couple single words that would describe the situation of not being able to fully express/explain your feelings or emotions to someone so that you can get them to understand your situation or point of view? This doesn't quite include feelings.
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I'm having trouble articulating my true feelings.
This common, general phrase for any emotion might help you out:
be beside oneself - be consumed by an emotion; experience an intense feeling
"I am besides myself right now. I have no words."
And there are these common words:
unable to speak because of anger, surprise, etc. (MW)
As this definition indicates, the cause of the condition is variable: it could be due to a sudden shock, excitement, sadness, anger, or a number of other things.
Taken literally it means a complete inability to express oneself, but in common usage a more figurative meaning is implied:
I never expected to win this award. I'm speechless. I just can't believe it. I'd like to thank my family, friends...
In this imaginary but very common "award acceptance speech," the speaker is obviously not "speechless," since he or she is speaking. But the speaker uses the word to communicate how difficult it is to communicate the depth of his or her feelings in that moment.
Perhaps I'm at a loss for words.