By Hadas Kuznits

PHILADELPHIA (CBS) — Eagles fans are rooting for a Superbowl win, but how do you psychologically prepare yourself for a loss?

Dr. George James, senior staff therapist at Council for Relationships says, even with a win, folks can take their celebrations too far.

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“When people go too far, you notice that they are doing things that are not good for them or unhealthy,” he said.

And when you have a big group of people of the same mindset, that could be a recipe for disaster.

“One of the things that we see is called ‘Group Think,’ where everybody works together, or if a group of people are operating in a certain way, we kind of just start to function in that way,” Dr. James explained.

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Dr. James says, while Eagles fans are hoping for a win, there’s always the possibility of losing.

“It hurts and it can bring sadness, and that’s okay! That’s a normal emotion,” he said.

In the event of a loss, he says don’t be afraid to be emotional, and those big feelings can feel like mourning.

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“There are many ways that we go through loss and, of course, it’s not as significant as the loss of a loved one, but it can still be hurtful and bring sadness,” said Dr. James.