If you have been off of this for a month, the symptoms you described are probably unrelated to the medication, so you should seek consultation with a psychotherapist to sort out why you are feeling this way.
You should do this with a psychiatrist, not a doctor. What do you mean, the doctor wouldn't give you any more? This kind of medication has a warning right on it that tells him or her that abrupt cessation can be problematic. The proper way to discontinue it would be to taper down slowly. If you're still suffering after a month, most psychiatrists will tell you it's not the medication, it's your original illness returning or a new illness. Don't believe them. They're wrong. If it's something you didn't have before you took the med in the first place, then it's withdrawal. Now, you can wait it out and hope it goes away, or you can go back on the medication at the last dose at which you felt fine and taper off more slowly. That's if you really wanted to be off it, or were ready to come of it, in the first place, which isn't clear from your post.