If you have social issues - whether anxiety or Asperger's - and you have little social activity - whether due to opportunity or fear - and you have access to the tech - such as the Oculus Rift or Htc Vive - try dropping into Rec Room.
You will find people of various social capabilities, including trolls unfortunately ... but you will also find plenty of people who are friendly enough. Further, a good amount of the people present also have various social issues - as, from what I gather, they also have found this to be a generally positive social experience.
There's something about it that makes it more comfortable - possibly due to being hidden behind an avatar. The setup seems to leads one to be more expressive bodily - you wave, fist-pump, high-five, and shake hands quite a bit. Also, you get a face that auto-emotes positively - something my physical face doesn't seem to do correctly.
Social VR experiences (and VR, in general) provide a feeling of presence that is very realistic - even when your avatars are not - it's something you have to experience to really understand. There are other social VR spaces also. I don't believe in cures, per se, but I believe some of these spaces have good potential for providing social experiences that many of us otherwise have trouble achieving.