My problem is more about social anxiety I think. I would refer to my inability to speak in busy social situations and with people I am not 100% comfortable with as sensory overload. I would just go bonkers processing so much stuff at once. If I was in a crowd I was wondering about every person, if I heard someone laugh I wondered if it was about me. I was constantly wondering how someone would interpret every word that comes out of my mouth, most times I say soemthing completely stupid and put my foot in my mouth anyway, so... Why bother?
Even when I do manage to get my words out, most people give me that look like they have absolutely no idea what I am talking about. I very much relate to the ISFP's description of marching to the beat of a different drummer.
Many times my ideas/thoughts/feelings are so fluid, so dynamic, and so intangible that they simply transcend words. By the time I write or speak the words, they no longer apply in certain cases.
Now this sort of thought process in my head shouldn't be confused with a lack of identity. I have strong morals that I live by, things that feel right to me. These ideals and core values are static.
As for reciting certain situations that happened during the day, I am lucky if I even remember them, lol.