It's important to remember any two cards can win a pot. It isn't specific hands that hurt you but how you play it. A good poker player will read the situation well and win the pot.
I don't think that J10, K10, etc hurt you in any specific way. The only time they hurt you is if you are unwilling to lay down your J10 on a 10 6 4 flop. Then your problem is being able to lay down hands, not hand selection.
Lastly, we all know that poker pros tend to favor hands like 65s and baby suited connectors in general at times. There's a reason they do this and it's not because they think their opponent is bluffing
. They can hit the flop hard and if they miss they can outplay their opponent.