Hi, I have had this wandering jew plant inside for a little over a year. My sister gave me a couple pieces of hers and told me that to get it bushy to wrap the stems around on top of the soil once they get longer, which I did. A couple weeks ago I repotted it because it was getting huge and you could see roots on top of the soil. After repotting I thought the reason the roots were on top was because of me wrapping the longer pieces. The roots under the soil were filling the pot though. Before repotting it was looking pretty stringy but now its worse. Some of the stems bent and broke and now I'm thinking I shouldn't have repotted it.
What can I do to make my wandering jew healthy again? Should I prune all or most of the stems? I'm afraid of shocking it and killing it. I put some of the broken pieces in water and once the roots grew planted those small pieces. When and how is the best way to prune these to keep my plant healthy and bushy?
Thanks in advance for any advice!