Yes I would love to get JJ as many times as possible because even if it's maybe a little difficult to play postflop, it's still the 4th best hand in all of poker. If you keep getting into tricky spots postflop with JJ consider being more aggressive preflop and raising your 3bet sizings or even 4betting to get stronger draw hands like AK/AQ/AJ out of the hand
JJ is a tricky hand to play. When you play them you need to be positionally aware of other raisers. For example, if a UTG player open raises and you are in the CO then you would mostly want to set mine with them. UTG has a lot of QQ+, AQ+ then would 3 bet you and force you to fold and not see a flop. However, if the HJ open raise and you are in the SB with JJ then raising would be better as the HJ has a wider opening range than UTG. I play them positionally based on pre flop action.