I had that on my 2015 Jeep Cherokee, and you do get used to it. You eventually learn to "feather" the brake pedal to reduce the number of times it kicks in, or you get used to it. There's also a button (the Jetta has the same one) which is an 'A' with a circular arrow around it, which turns the "feature" <snort> off ... but only until the next time you restart. There is no permanent way to disable it.
When testing the Jetta, it appeared that their implementation may be slightly more intelligent, but I'll know better when mine gets delivered. In my mind, the smart way to design start/stop would be a short delay (say, 5 seconds) between coming to a stop and the engine shutting off. That way, for brief pauses you won't experience it, but for longer ones (eg. stopped at a red light) you will. The Jetta *appeared* to have such a pause.
I solved the problem with the Jeep by trading for a Grand Cherokee with the 5.7l V8 Hemi. The Hemi's aren't burdened with such nonsense. :-)