Answer: If possible, move it up closer to the window in the brightest location you have. The new shoots are probably a response to the longer daylength, and the plant is showing a need for increased light. To encourage bushiness rather than elongated growth, pinch back the tips and cut back some of the longer stems. It is also possible that there is a fungal infection of some sort, so trimming back and thinning out the plant, removing any discolored portions, and increasing air circulation might also help.
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