The Judge Cannot Help You
Remember, if you are going to represent yourself the same standard as a professional attorney is applied to you. The Judge cannot give you assistance and maintain the required courtroom decorum of being fair and impartial to both sides.
All Rules Apply Equally To You
As pro se, you'll be held accountable for having the same information about the rules of court, rules of law, and rules of evidence as an attorney who has years of experience handling cases. The judge would be right not to give you any breaks. If you file a brief or motion to dismiss incorrectly without following either or both of the procedural or substantive rules it can and most likely will get thrown out of court. Pro se is Latin that means "for himself" and is used to describe a person in a a court matter without attorney.
The answer above is absolutely correct. However, if there is serious misconduct by a Judge, there are options such as your state's Judicial Inquiry Board or disciplinary commission . However, since you did not discuss any flagrant judicial abuse or misconduct, it does not appear that the Judge in your case acted in a way to warrant such extreme measures. It seems far more likely that the Judge simply issued a ruling you didn't like.