Thanks for the photos, XratedLive. Your plant is too wet, and looks like it's not getting enough light.
Your Venus Flytrap is planted in what looks like pure sphagnum peat moss. This holds too much water and dries too slowly, encouraging rot. In addition, sitting in water all the time will keep the medium soggy wet all the time, also encouraging rot. Being too wet will cause a Venus Flytrap to grow fast, but the leaves will be weak and spindly. The Flytrap is forced to grow actively but becomes weaker and weaker, like a person forced into continual swimming in order not to drown, in which the person becomes more and more tired. Eventually your Venus Flytrap will probably suffer or die from being too wet all the time.
In addition to being too wet, the Flytrap's long, spindly leaves could be and probably are a sign of too little light. The combination of too little light and too much water can often be deadly.
If it were my plant, I would first remove the tray of water. Allow the growing medium to dry to just moist between waterings. Give it more direct sunlight, in a sunny window or something, or outside in clear, calm days (not much wind) for several hours in the morning sun. I would repot the plant using a medium that contains at least half of something other than sphagnum peat moss, like silica sand or fertilizer-free perlite (which is often easier to find). Avoid Miracle-Gro products because they almost always contain added fertilizer.