Barrier refers to obstacle to fulfilling some desire, aspiration or need. It is common in psychological processes for obstacles to be found inside the organism itself, in function of assimilation or introjection of some type of censoring or criticism leveled at such desires, aspirations or needs.

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"Barrier" is in the UNSPSC Code "23152206"
  Barrier guarding

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