Not sure if you are talking cash or tourney, but being a cash player, I'll use that frame of thought for my response.
If you are running bad or getting cold decked in a session. Stop the session and take the night off or take a break to avoid a snowball of frustration which can put you off your game, costing you money.
Otherwise, I believe you have to play through these stretches in order to advance. This is part of the game and even though Pocket Aces might be an 80%ish favorite preflop to win the hand, it will lose 10% of the time. As for the other Hole Cards mentioned, you're going to miss the flop far more often than you hit it. By playing thru these stretches, you'll learn how to play these cards even when you miss which will eventually make you a consistant profitable player. It'll also teach you to deal with the highs and lows you will experience down the road.....That's Poker.
If you're losing with AA often, you are either getting outdrawn by players that got lucky, you are not protecting your hand correctly or you are getting too attached to the Aces because they're "Supposed" to win.
I've looked thru a lot of peoples hand histories to try to help them with the problems you mention in your OP and find the biggest problem is they don't know how to play AA, KK, AK properly, by protecting their hand. They also get too attached to it and can't fold.
For example: You hold AA and the flop comes KQJ with two of a suit. Ask yourself if this a good flop for Aces? It looks like it is, but in reality, it might be the worst flop you could see. Think about the hands that would have called PF before you insta-call any bet or reraise. You are likely up against hands like KQ, KJ, A10, 10 10, AK, QQ, KK, JJ, J10 if you raised PF. You are now facing either a set, two pair, a big flush draw or a big strt draw. Even if you hit one of the remaining Aces for a set of your own, you likely fill a Straight. A 10 comes filling your straight and you're most likely chopping and that would probably be the best you could hope for.
If you put in a raise PF to protect your hand and still get a call or two, think about what they could hold based on what you know about them. Then proceed with this in mind and don't get attached to hands that look pretty, but in reality have little potential of winning you the pot.
Just one example of what I see quite often that causes people to lose large amounts with Pocket Aces.
I'm not going to get into specifics on how to control pot size, etc. to minimize your losses in these situations, but by playing thru these stretches, you'll eventually learn how to deal better.
Just my thoughts....