Hello Mrsatallen, can you upload the photo of the actual plant, and not just the root remnants.
Typically this plant likes moist media, but not swimming in wet media. When you water, you have to visually see the water drain out, and ideally water early in the day not at night to avoid fungal issues.
Make sure your container have drain holes, no rocks blocking it and mix in pumice or perlite to help aid in drainage and allow air at root zone. Seeing the white roots on the 2nd photo, it suggests the plant will surely suffer transplant and root shock, so all the more be careful in watering. Position the plant indoors but near access to brigh light, no direct sun. You got to be patient, I would imagine the plant is in extreme stress and shock. But it is resilient, given time to recover in a warm area with bright light. No fertilizers at this point, it will just cause root/leaf burn.