Here's the situation: I lent $500 to a friend who had fallen on hard times and about ready to lose her house. She's borrowed money from other friends before and has repaid them within a relatively reasonable amount of time. Now that she's re-employed and I'm reading about all of her vacations she's taking on FaceBook (uggh! -- I HATE FB), I'm getting a little upset that she's not taken responsibility and starting to repay the loan I made to her. It's been almost a year since she's gotten reemployed and don't feel it's my responsibility to remind her of her obligation to repay me. It's one of the reasons why I hate when people borrow something from me as inevitably it's me who has to remind them to return it. That said, I'd appreciate any suggestions on how to broach this subject without making her upset and 'victimized' by having her held accountable to her debt obligations. Thoughts on how best to approach things?