When a stone splashes into a pond, ripples spread to the very edge of the pond, most intensive at the centre and less towards the edges.
After a while, the surface of the pond returns to look the same, but the stone is always under the surface, the pond will never be the same again.
When pregnancy loss occurs, the ripples are felt most intensively closest to the loss, and by those people closest to it, but ripples go along way.
After a while, life may return to look the same, but the loss is always there. and those affected by it will never be the same again.