Paul: "We also rejoice in our sufferings" (Romans 5:3)
Jesus: "Rejoice and be glad [when people insult you, persecute you and falsely say all kinds of evil against you]" (Matthew 5:12)
Historical: "The apostles left the Sanhedrin, rejoicing because they had been counted worthy of suffering disgrace" (Acts 5:41)
It is the ordinary lot of humanity to suffer.The degree to which some suffer is beyond deplorable, even unimaginable! However, a modicum of suffering, however, is considered the unavoidable nature of life.
No one "likes" it, they just accept it. If someone "likes" to suffer, it's called masochism, and can lead to being institutionalized as a means of protecting the individual from further harming themselves.
Based on the Scriptures above quoted, I submit that Christians are therefore masochists.
I was myself a Christian masochist, so I'm not trying to disparage anybody with the above assertion.