First of all, please don't post here or read these posts if you're suicidal at all. Okay, so basically I don't find there to be any point in living. You will die eventually, and any impact you may have on the world, in the vast majority of cases, won't be significant. That said, why is even having an impact desirable other than because it gives you a good feeling to know that after you die something you did will be remembered? If attempting suicide gave you a good feeling, I doubt those of you who oppose it would all kill yourselves. Then there's also the argument that you will make your "loved ones" sad. They will basically forget about you anyway. They won't really forget about you necessarily, but they'll live their everyday life as if you never existed, maybe recalling you on your birthday or every now and again. Depending on many factors, it might be everyday for years or never. But like with my previous example, why does their likely very temporary sadness matter? That sadness exists mainly because they're told by society to be sad when someone they know dies. The justification they have for being sad is that they don't get to interact with you anymore. They have plenty of other people to interact with, so they'll get over it.