How should I understand the phrase "complete person"?

If you were of sound mind or a more COMPLETE PERSON, you could feel normal without 70,000 people a night screaming their love for you.
Hi Newguest

In other words, there seems to be something missing from that person's life or personality which most people normally possess. Thus, you might say that the person is not "complete".
I think it means someone who has no severe personality problems, such as low self esteem or phobias.
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It seems to me that a complete person is a well-mannered person.....
No, it really doesn't have anything to do with manners. Yankee and Alphecca described it.
OK. Thanks.
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Hi Newguest

In this case, whether or not the person is well-mannered appears to have nothing at all to do with the idea of "complete". The person apparently needs to have thousands of fans screaming their approval of him -- possibly because of his lack of self-esteem, for example.
Hmm, I think I understand ......, thanks!