Thank you for revisiting dukkha! Often Buddhists want to learn about the way out of dukkha, but not about dukkha itself. The Buddha said he taught only suffering and the cessation of suffering. I think it is understandable why people do not want to understand about dukkha- unpleasant as it is. But it is a crucial thing In my humble opinion. Without really getting to grips with dukkha it is nigh on impossible to remove the cause of dukkha, and hence find peace. So it is important to explore dukkha in all it's complexity.
Dukke dukkha refers to unpleasant feelings (physical pain, the PAIN of mental suffering)
Viparinama dukkha - literally the suffering that arises due to something we like changing or us loosing it (this is directly caused by attachment). Incidentally, those people who are attached strongly to phenomena and Self are going to suffer this type of dukkha more, when they do deep vipassana.
The dukkha of fabrications refer to not so much an emotional suffering but a wise understanding (ie more thinking/cognition than emotion) that the impermanent state of phenomena is just unsatisfactory. Hence the unsatisfactoriness of impermanent phenomena becomes a quality of that phenomena rather than our craving induced reaction to it- to say it in another way - even an arahanth would feel that what is impermanent is unsatisfactory (as the Buddha himself always repeated).