Here is a picture of my plant: I'm not sure what it is called (wish I knew, I've searched...) Here is a brief history of what has been going on. I've had this plant for about 4 years now, and it's never really thrived. It has spent the past 3 years pressing itself against a small east window in my bathroom, at about 65-70 degrees. I repotted it in a bigger pot about 1-1.5 months ago. It was not seriously rootbound, but it did need a bigger pot. Up until this point it was fine, it had put out 2 new leaves in the past 6 months or so. During the repotting, due to some advice I read online, I cut a few of the roots that were formed in a circle at the bottom of the pot. Supposedly this would encourage new root growth. I fear that this is what caused my plant harm. After I repotted, the leaves started wilting. I thought that it was a bit shocked from repotting and/or a bit overwatered, and so I let it dry out pretty well, but the wilting got worse. I ended up moving it into my living room, where it is warmer (near 70 usually) and gets a LOT more light (south facing). It doesn't get much direct sunlight, but does experience brightness throughout the day. I am keeping it moist. Anyways, the leaf tips are starting to brown out, the leaves keep curling more, the plant is tipping, and I'm getting seriously concerned for it's health. I water with tap water that has been sitting out a minimum of 48 hours on my radiator so it's room temp and hopefully chlorine free. My other plants seem OK with this water, even the orchids, so I am fairly confident that is not a big issue. Also, this plant, as with all of my plants, is bug-free. Any advice whatsoever would be great; I and my plant thank you.