I don't know if this is true for physical and emotional pain but, psh, je ne se soucier.
1. The "AHHHHHH !@#%" Variety
Most common in women going through labor and those who've been mauled by bears.
And, well, me when I get a paper cut from my constant rereading of ASOUE and HP. Oh, the cuts and scrapes of diehard fandom.
2. The Blow It Off Variety
This variety has three subcategories; is that correct? Can one use the word variety and thereafter use the word subcategories?
a. Cool Guy
To seem "hot", as many a girl would put it, usually for the swooning and thereafter relationship of aforementioned girl.
b. Little Girl
As the pain that is usually felt by little girls is self inflicted, they blow it off so as to not be rebuked by their mothers who no longer feel any pity; aka me, again.
c. Too Busy To Care
3. The, for lack of a better term, Bitch. (Vixen maybe?)
This variety wants everyone else to feel their pain and suffer along with her.
Her. Her. HER. H. E. R.
Incessantly spouts horrid insults to innocent bystanders, also, impatient, irritating, irritable and foul.
4. The Optimist
Similar to the "Blow It Off" variety but not quite.
Similar to Phil from the ASOUE book "The Miserable Mill", so much so that I will just quote Sir Snicket.
"Optimist" is a word which here refers to a person...who thinks pleasant thoughts about nearly everything. For instance, if an optimist had his left arm chewed off by an alligator, he might say, in a pleasant and hopeful voice, "Well, this isn't too bad. I don't have my arm anymore, but at least nobody will ever ask me if I am right-handed or left-handed", but most of us would say something more along the lines of "Aaaaah! My arm! My arm!"
(Not to be a repeater of information but,) - Lemony Snicket, The Miserable Mill
That is all.
Imagine that in the Meryl Streep voice and you're good to go.