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The truth is that things have been a little difficult for me after my accident last year, but now I finally feel that I'm in a place where I can enjoy life again, so I'm great.

Is "in a place" perfectly natural here referring to my mental condition and not a physical place?

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In general, "in a place" could be interpreted either way, depending on context. If there is no context referring to a physical place (like your sentence), then I would interpret as referring to one's mental condition. (I think "at a place" would also be an equivalent substitute.)

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Yes! It is quite clear that you are referring to your situation and not your physical surroundings.

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