Graduates of the McGuire Programme in the Queens Hotel, Dundee, working on their breathing and posture. It takes discipline and a strong work ethic to change hard wired stuttering behaviours. Members of the McGuire Programme learn how to breathe using the costal part of the diaphragm. This breathing gives control if used when speaking. Good posture, feeling the expansion of the ribs with steady eye contact allows people who stutter to focus through any fear and to speak eloquently. Stuttering can be controlled and people who stutter can be trained to speak eloquently and articulately.