Rooting for Milan, I developed an immunity to the losses of my favorite team.
So, in order to easily survive the loss of your favorite team, start rooting for the Club that often loses, then return to your favorite club and it will be much easier for you.
In fact, why worry? Well lost, no big deal.
To begin with, all teams are divided into those that lose a lot and that lose a little.
If you support a frequently losing team (for example, Perm's Amkar), the ability to survive defeat you're almost genetic. Fans of such teams find it easier: for them the bitterness of defeat is a habit, an immediate part of the emotions associated with sports.
Much worse for those who support a rarely losing team. (A separate subspecies can be distinguished here - teams that have rarely lost before, and recently - often; in football these now include, for example, Liverpool in England, Atletico Madrid in Spain or Milan in Italy. In this sense, it is especially hard for me: I root for a reference team from the category of those who have won everything before, but today they won nothing - for Spartak Moscow.)
Such fans have to use the whole gamut of emotions and experiences during the season. They pin all their hopes on each new coach and try to cultivate a rational and calm attitude towards the team. For them, being and remaining a fan is a kind of sports punishment.
There are some utilitarian ways to ease the worries of losing their favorite team.
First of all, it was noticed that if Zenit or CSKA start to lose during matches with other European teams, then the frequency of using the names of other Russian teams (for example, the same Spartak) is sharply increasing on Twitter. That is, the fans begin to gloat ("well, let Zenit lose, but Spartak did not succeed at all").
Another way is to make a small bet (one hundred rubles, say) against your team. Then, if she loses, you yourself will at least win some money. Sometimes it also dulls the bitterness of defeat.