That's a tricky one to answer.
Generally, yes, modifying parts that make your car more powerful than stock will negatively affect how long it lasts.
In the scheme of things, the parts you mentioned aren't serious additions, so as long as the tune is not super aggressive, longevity shouldn't be significantly decreased.
For what it's worth, I used Cobb's Stage 2, 93 octane off the shelf map from 2/16/08 (11,200 miles) until 12/16/11 (86,200 miles) with a Cobb catted downpipe and HKS cat back. Then I installed a TXS TMIC, GS 3 port ebcs, GS modified stock headers, Walbro 255 lph fuel pump, and some other goodies and got a protune - that lasted almost 8,000 miles at which point I upgraded to a 20G turbo with the remaining necessary supporting goodies and got another tune. My engine died shortly after that (cracked piston, lost compression, blowing all kinds of smoke out of the exhaust, significant power loss, rough idle, etc.). But now I have a rebult motor with forged internals and some other goodies, so I expect my car will last several tens of thousands more miles
So... in conclusion, I don't know if I answered your question at all.