Regret is a horrible feeling. Sometimes it becomes cemented into our lives or it is just a fleeting moment that we tend to brush off. Regardless, of where you are on the spectrum--regret is rooted in judgment that things should have been done differently. It may cause depression and anxiety because you replay the events in you mind constantly. You can't live a life driven by regret. There is an upside to regret. Actor Sylvester Stallone explained that regret takes you out of the comfort zone. "I think that's one of the reasons that push people to create things. Out of their angst, their regret comes the best from artists, painters and writers." Don't allow regret to steal your future or rob you of your happiness. You are not alone in this game, but what will separate you from the rest is using regret to your advantage. Here are 5 ways to short-circuit regret.