Diminished chords are interesting and add colour to music. I like the way they sound although some times they are difficult to play. The key with diminished chords is to understand what they are, how they are constructed, i.e. the music theory behind diminished chords, but also to learn how to play them using one of the usual fingerings.
Summarising, a C# diminished chord in root position consists of C#-E-G, when in first inversion consists of E-G-C# and is called C#/E dim and is second inversion consists of G-C#-E and is called C#/G. Similarly, a Db diminished in root position consists of Db-Fb-Abb, when in first inversion consists of Fb-Abb-Db and is called Db/Fb dim and is second inversion consists of Abb-Db-Fb and is called Db/Abb.